Five Points Redevelopment, Is It Working? S12
For Immediate Release:
FIVE POINTS REDEVELOPMENT PLAN, IS IT WORKING?
Denver- (October 26, 2010) – Urban renewal, and neighborhood preservation is a vital component to most large cities and Denver is no exception. Colorado Public Television’s signature program, Studio 12, will focus on the redevelopment plans for Denver’s most critical neighborhoods. Join us for this discussion on Wednesday, October 27th at 8:00 p.m.
Host, Eden Lane, will be joined by guests, Wil Alston, Executive Director of the Five Points Business District; Councilwoman, Carla Madison, of the Denver City Council District 8; and Nita Mosby Henry, Executive Director of The Kaleidoscope Project. Collectively, they will provide insight on the reasons why former efforts for revitalizing the neighborhood have not worked and what the challenges are ahead for bringing sustainable business development to the historic Five Points neighborhood.
The program is available for free video-on-demand viewing on the CPT-Channel 12 website at www.cpt12.org after October 28th.
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