CURRENT CONGRESS PARK NEWS

The Congress Park Neighbors Board represents the neighborhood with various groups whose
work impacts Congress Park neighborhood, such as INC, and the City Park and Botanic Gardens
neighborhood liaison groups. Some Congress Park Board members are also
members of INC and City Park Friends and Neighbors (CPFAN). They keep CPN, Inc. apprised
of issues as INC shares issues affecting large swaths of the city, and as CPFAN addresses
best practices for maintaining City Park as a green oasis for the city and its nearby neighbors.

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History Of Congress Park Neighborhood

From Indian land to City Suburb (1850-1900) Up through the Pikes Peak gold rush of the 1850’s, the Congress Park area was Native American land. By 1860 the young city of Denver had grown to a population of 5,000, with … READ MORE

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Teller Elementary Food Backpack Program

Teller Elementary Backpack Families program needs your help. Last year Teller Elementary realized that it had hungry students in its classrooms and started a “backpack for families” program which allowed them to feed 40 people each week and  Congress Park … READ MORE

9th and colorado Community Update July 15 2014

Continuum Partners 9th and Colorado Community Update Tuesday, July 15th   Please join Continuum Partners for an update regarding efforts for the redevelopment of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center 9th and Colorado campus.  Continuum will provide an … READ MORE

CU regents approve sale of former health sciences campus to Continuum Partners

CU regents approve sale of former health sciences campus to Continuum Partners Plan envisions retail, residential and office space on 25-acre Denver property The University of Colorado Board of Regents today approved the sale of CU’s former Health Sciences Center … READ MORE

Colorado Boulevard Healthcare District January Meeting Cancelled

Dear CBHD Members and Guests, The CBHD Board of Directors has been informed that the University of Colorado will not complete its review of the responses from parties interested in the development of the University’s 9th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard … READ MORE