The Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods in north Denver are in a moment of dramatic change, but they don't want to be another footnote in the gentrification story. Then, a CU Denver researcher is studying how to predict and track gentrification. Next, these are Colorado's most endangered historic places. Also, an update on Prodigy Coffee.
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