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Posts Tagged ‘diagonal plaza’

Attention Walmart Shoppers: Take the Blue Line Poll

Attention Walmart Shoppers: Take the Blue Line Poll

B137 at English Wikipedia , via Wikimedia CommonsThe upcoming opening of a Walmart store in Boulder has provoked strong reactions in the community. Please let us know how you feel about Walmart coming to Boulder. Take the anonymous Blue Line poll in [...]

Rolling Back the Welcome Mat

Rolling Back the Welcome Mat

By Amanda Bengtson (Flickr: International Wal-Mart Truck) , via Wikimedia CommonsWhat:Walmart Unwelcome Party When: Oct. 2, 2013 from 8 am to sunset Where: Walmart Neighborhood Market, Diagonal Plaza, Iris and 28th in Boulder Featuring: [...]

APA Planning | Rescuing the Castaways

APA Planning | Rescuing the Castaways

Many cities have saved unique historic buildings by adapting them for new and profitable uses. But properties left stranded since 2008 by the receding flood of cheap loans are different. These are not one-in-a-million properties but one of a [...]

Rolling Back Expectations for the Diagonal Plaza

Rolling Back Expectations for the Diagonal Plaza

A panel of volunteer experts from the Colorado branch of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) reported their impressions of the development prospects of Diagonal Plaza at a public meeting on January 20 and delivered a mixed message about the [...]

An Afternoon in Hell

An Afternoon in Hell

I recently had to spend three and a half hours in Hell, also known as the Boulder office of the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles. Driver licenses in Colorado are good for five years and must be renewed during your birth month. I turned 65 in [...]

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 [...]