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Added Nov 10 2017

...what he was looking for in a previously abandoned warehouse at the corner of West 14th Avenue and Zuni Street. There, in a three-story, red-brick building that housed an illegal pot grow, developers...

...the banks of the Platte. Those improvements were included as long-term goals in the 2013 Decatur-Federal Station Area Plan that was passed by the City Council at about the same...

Reed Silberman may qualify as a Sun Valley pioneer. He opened his Ink Monstr graphic design and large-format printing business in a warehouse at 2721 W. Holden Place in 2012 after a year of intensive renovations.

Original article
http://denverpost.com/2017/11/10/steam-on-the-platte-lyft-denver-sun-valley/
Date published
November 10, 2017
    From an illegal pot grow to Lyft: Steam on the Platte's tenants shift as Denver neighborhood undergoes major face-lift
    Sun Valley, flush with bond money and $30 million in federal grant funding, is set to undergo a face-lift unlike any other Denver neighborhood. The mixed-use Steam on the Platte project shows the private sector will be part of it.
    http://www.denverpost.com

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