A view from the front lines of change: Ridge at 38 as seen by businesses located on it. Visit Kataluma for an even better view of Ridge at 38, in person! 7300 W 38th Ave // 303.431.2424 By: Janelle VanDyke “I love it”, were the first words to leave her mouth when LaNell Sonner entered the soon to […]
A view from the front lines of change: Ridge at 38 as seen by businesses located on it. Visit Posey Girl for an even better view of Ridge at 38, in person! 7210 W 38th Ave // 303.847.0124 By: Janelle VanDyke Susannah Burley is an amazing artist when it comes to putting together exceptional floral arrangements. It’s guaranteed […]
Trunk or Treat Call for Cars (and Candy)! adobe premiere pro cs6 student pricing Saturday October 26th 4:00pm –7:00pm @ The Wheat Ridge 5-8 Parking Lot Trunk or Treat is a fun and safe Halloween event for children, where volunteers decorate the trunks of their cars and children “trick or treat” at them. Last year over 400 children came to […]
A view from the front lines of change: Ridge at 38 as seen by the businesses located on it. natural treatment for eczema By: Mara Owen When Mike Gauthier opened Wheat Ridge Liquor located between North Harlan and Fenton Street on 38th Avenue eight years ago, he knew that change was on its way. Actually, one […]
For the past year, Wheat Ridge has been working to brand, market and rejuvenate the West 38th Avenue corridor between Sheridan and Wadsworth Boulevard. Efforts are beginning to pay dividends for what the city considers its Main Street, as sales tax revenues have increased and new businesses have opened along the corridor, branded as Ridge […]
The gentrification of 32nd Avenue, Tennyson and LoHi have flamed the fires for what’s next in the hotter than hot Northwest neighborhoods. 38th Avenue is the latest thoroughfare to ignite, both in Denver from Fox to Sheridan, and in the once “sleepy village” of Wheat Ridge.
It wasn’t long ago that Willie Stewart ran his Ananda Art and Tattoo shop in Denver’s Highland neighborhood, a hip and vibrant urban playground that for years has been one of the trendiest places to live in the Mile High City. But when Stewart’s lease was due for renewal last year, he decided to pack his inks and needles and take his business elsewhere.