For overachievers, Bungalow Boogie Handout for the 6/30/2015 walking field study contains additional images. Please see the source info– highly recommended book for those interested in American houses.
A long-vacant auto body shop on East Colfax Avenue between Madison and Monroe streets is set to become a new brewery, restaurant and pie shop.
The Galaxie project will remodel and renovate the former Galaxie Auto Body shop in the 3500 block of East Colfax and bring in three tenants: Cerebral Brewing Company, Humble Pie and Chow Down restaurant and bar.
“I think it’ll be an asset to the community,” said Sean Mandel with Rosen Properties.
Mandel owns most of the properties along Colfax between Monroe Street and Colorado Boulevard, excluding the Conoco gas station and National Jewish Health.
In the past few years he’s helped bring in Sprouts Farmer’s Market and Chick Fil-A to the area, as well as other businesses.
He said he’s glad to be able to keep the building in this case.
“I’m proud of our rebuilds, but it’s a good opportunity to keep the building,” he said.
The brewery and restaurant will be new to the area, while Humble Pie was recently in the Baker neighborhood at Third Avenue and Elati Street, but closed and has been operating online.
This information and these pictures come courtesy of our delegate to the Stakeholder committee Aaron Goldhamer.
Dear Congress Park Neighbors,
I hope you find this update concerning the new Recreation Center useful and interesting. It is great to see a new amenity coming to our neighborhood, and I’m excited to share this update!
Denver Parks and Rec held a public meeting on May 6, 2015, at 6 PM at East High School. Below is what I saw and heard.