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A New Angle on the Diagonal Plaza

A New Angle on the Diagonal Plaza

The Diagonal Plaza shopping center in north Boulder has long been seen as a candidate for redevelopment, but plans have never materialized. The blame for a lack of action is usually placed on the center’s multiple ownerships and on the lack of [...]

Recession, Lending Take a Toll on Development in Boulder

Recession, Lending Take a Toll on Development in Boulder

Construction of new for-sale housing declined during the first half of 2010, reflecting the difficulty in obtaining financing and the lingering effects of the recession. Boulder’s economy was much more resilient than that on the national level but [...]

Boulder Tops the Century Mark

Boulder Tops the Century Mark

After 150 years, the population of the City of Boulder has finally surpassed one hundred thousand, according to a recent estimate by the U. S. Census Bureau. The report indicated that the city’s growth rate since 2000 was 6 percent, well below the [...]

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