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A right step to support faith based temporary housing

As we have witnessed, homelessness reached the Denver suburbs a few years ago and has grown to a level that it was noticeable. Now, local governments have started to take small steps to tackle the … more

Uplands review delayed

A lack of signs declaring an upcoming Planning Commission meeting means the first test of a proposed 88th and Lowell Boulevard development will wait until Dec. 17. The Westminster Planning Commission … more

A statewide effort to manage growth along the Front Range

The idea of imposing growth constraints among counties and cities along the Front Range of Colorado has been bubbling up as far back to 2018. Golden resident Daniel Hayes has the idea that growth … more

Developers promote Westminster farm development

Isiah Leyshon said he purchased his Shaw Heights home a year ago, so he’s watching plans to develop the farmland around the Pillar of Fire Church carefully. For now, he’s giving the project the … more

Eye-opening development activity is revealing

I am sure most of you recall the old saying about “figures will not lie.” The facts are the facts no matter how people might want to spin them. With that in mind, I took the time to analyze the … more

Extinguishing some rumors on the Pillar of Fire land

The development proposal involving the 235 acres (“The Farm”) owned by the Pillar of Fire Church, which is for the most part between 84th and 88th avenues and between Lowell and Federal … more

Senior housing development rises in Thornton

The ultimate goal for Thornton’s new Crossing Pointe North housing development, according to Unison Housing Partners Executive Director Peter Lifari, is to build a multi-generational community. … more

Letter: Pillar of Fire plan terrible

Pillar of Fire plan terrible I read the article on the Oread Development proposal on the “Pillar of Fire” farm (“Pillar of Fire developers making the rounds,” Westminster Window Sept. 12, … more

Affordable housing project wins support

Giving new people a chance to live in Westminster ultimately outweighed zoning concerns over a new affordable housing development Sept. 10 as City Councilors approved the St. Mark Village … more

Pillar of Fire developers making the rounds

The views from the Pillar of Fire’s farmland are too good not to share, according to developer Chad Ellington, partner in Oread Capital. “We really want to open that up to the community and give … more

Development plan for Pillar of Fire land a concern for neighbors

A development along 235 acres southwest of Federal Boulevard and 88th might be inevitable, Shaw Heights neighbors said at a quickly organized Aug. 14 meeting, but they can steer what ends up on the … more

How will Lakewood’s growth control work around Front Range?

Lakewood voters might have started a trend to curb the amount of rapid new growth among suburban municipalities. At its July 9th special election, Lakewood voters put the brakes on hefty residential … more

Workforce housing’ development opens in Downtown Westminster

Tenants were scheduled to start moving into Westminster’s Eaton Street Apartments on July 15 — the first housing development in the city’s Downtown Westminster project. City officials, … more
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