Development Curing the “West Colfax Hangover”

Denver Channel 7 The once-seedy West Colfax Avenue is now a construction zone, with projects popping up on every corner, hinting that Denver’s No Man’s Land may be the next big thing.

“It’s always had great bones and always been a neat neighborhood, but it had to overcome the ‘Colfax hangover’, if you will,” said Cameron Bertron, the executive vice president of the EnviroFinance Group, the master developer for the Sloans project.


Builders Finish Purchase of Sloan’s Lake Waterfront Block

BusinessDen- A pair of developers has closed on a rare piece of waterfront property in Denver. Trailbreak Partners and Koelbel & Co., acting as Sloan’s Block 3 LLC, bought a 2.2-acre block of the Sloan’s Lake St. Anthony’s site for $5.69 million, city records show. “The location is just spectacular, being just south of the lake and right on the park,” said Koelbel & Co. vice president Carl Koelbel…


Our Town: 10th Annual Best Places to Live

Denver Life

Best Places to Live #4- Sloan’s Lake
If you’re looking for an up-and-coming neighborhood with gorgeous sunsets, easy access to the mountains, the cit y’s largest lake, a family-friendly park and a huge new development that will include retail, restaurants and lots of new housing, Sloan’s Lake is it.


The West Colfax beat goes on

North Denver Tribune — The re-imagination of the West Colfax corridor is steadily taking root as the SLOANS development, former home to Saint Anthony’s, is rapidly sprouting up and shooting its roots into the once thriving, then derelict, now reviving West Colfax.