“” listen to the podcast Produced by Leon Neyfakh of Slow Burn. Tenth episode of 5-4 Podcasd. Kelo v New London 21 April 2020. Five Points Business Improvement District (FPBID) is a quasi-government that has the power of eminent domain within its boundaries.
“Sophia Lawson will never forget the last conversation she had with Michael Alvarado. She’d known him for six months as an outreach worker for St. Francis Center, a homeless service agency in Denver, where Lawson spent her days walking, handing out socks and toothpaste as she built relationships and tried to help people get … [Read more…]
“The 2019 Colorado General Assembly has only been in session for a few weeks, but bills are already pending or in the works that may affect real property and development. Here, we discuss a few of the most impactful. For more information, you can always contact one of our government relations or real estate … [Read more…]
“People who live and own businesses in Ballpark are talking about whether they should be the next Denver area to create a super-local district with the power to collect extra taxes and pay for anything from new lighting to security patrols, snow removal, public art and events. Property and business owners around Ballpark were … [Read more…]
Five Points Business District – Newsletter December 2016 PDF Newsletter archive can be found on the Five Points Business Development website. content highlights: Birdcall Restaurant Holiday at the Points The Points Housing Summit 2016 Business Improvement District Vote “Restauranteurs, barbers and other business owners in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood agreed to reach into their … [Read more…]
“Restaurateurs, barbers and other business owners in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood agreed to reach into their pockets for an effort to improve the condition, safety and visibility of their community. Property owners along the Welton Street Corridor voted 37 to 31 to fund the recently-created Five Points Business District through property taxes. The district … [Read more…]
Five Points Business District – Newsletter November 2016 PDF Newsletter archive can be found on the Five Points Business Development website. content highlights: Business Improvement District Vote Five Points Historic Cultural District Standards and Guidelines Welton Park Apartments Opening More information about Five Points Business Development special interest group can be found on their … [Read more…]