Fifteen Colorado counties will move to a revised Level Red by Friday, triggering new restrictions like a ban on indoor dining and personal gatherings, an 8 p.m. last call, and additional capacity limits on gyms. This is the last stop on the way to another stay-at-home order.
OZ Architecture's Nate Jenkins helps us imagine the new design details that will allow apartment, condo, and loft dwellers to live (and work) safely and comfortably in high-density spaces in the years to come.
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What We're Talking About
East Denver. On Monday night, the Denver City Council approved the East Area Plan, which will redevelop large portions of four neighborhoods on the eastern edge of the Mile High City. Some people think it will improve the character of the area. Others, not so much. (Denverite)
COVID-19 patients. Thousands of Coloradans caught COVID-19 during the first wave this past spring. Hear from three of them about what it has been like to recover and why coronavirus restrictions are nothing compared to the effects of the disease. (Colorado Sun)
Shared streets. With fewer people driving during this past spring and summer, many urban streets—including multiple stretches of road here in Denver—transformed to become more bikable and walkable. Will that trend outlast the pandemic? (Outside)
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