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Splendidly Renovated Union Station In Denver Sparks Unprecedented Area Development

Joe Vostrejs remembers how it was: “All of that land down there was covered with railroad tracks, dozens and dozens of tracks, and viaducts that went over the railroad tracks,” he says of the roughly 200 acres near Denver’s Union Station.

“It was really nothing more than a wasteland back there,” he adds. But business, civic and city leaders in Denver more than 30 years ago came together to imagine what that space could look like.

The result, after years of talk, planning, and coalition-building with a Cecil B DeMille cast of thousands, has seen not only the $500 million renovation of the Union Station at 1701 Wynkoop Street, but the spill-over neighborhood building of mixed-use infill development that includes new offices, retail space, and residential space.

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Life At The Top: Iconic Sandia Peak Restaurant To Be Replaced

Rol Dolk remembers well how exciting it was to take a ride on the Sandia Peak Tramway heading for the High Finance Restaurant. “It has always been an incredible way …


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New Housing Community Set to Go Up in Tucson

After years of false starts, a site once owned by the Tucson Unified School District is on the verge of becoming a new residential community with 56 homes anticipated.

The property at 8950 E. Wrightstown Road has for decades been occupied by the Wrightstown Elementary School. That school was closed by the TUSD in 2010 and has since been vandalized.

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New Catholic Church to Be Built in Santa Teresa

Exactly one year after it was established by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces, the St. John Paul II Church has announced plans to build a new church. Until now, the church has been holding services in a gymnasium inside the YMCA William Clarke Snow Complex at 6400 Mason Farms Road.

But because the Santa Teresa congregation has been growing during the last year, church officials have been looking for a site for building a permanent church. Now the church has received an anonymous donation of a vacant 9.8-acre site at the corner of Borderland and McNutt roads.

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New Albuquerque Sports Complex Gets Initial Green Light

A plan to develop 81.3 acres for the construction of a combined baseball and softball complex has received both zoning and site plan approval from Albuquerque’s Environmental Planning Commission.

The complex will go up south of Arroyo Vista Boulevard, north of Ladera Drive, on land that the city purchased in the spring of 2014 for the express purpose of seeing it used for sports and recreational purposes.

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