Kodiak Roofing has fast been putting on new roof tops all over the Denver metro area, but that’s not all of the high elevation construction going on in the metro area. If you haven’t visited the downtown areas of Denver or even Cherry Creek, there’s so much development going on that the cityscape is hardly recognizable from month to month. The editors over at Denver Infill have gotten their hands on a bunch of future renderings of some bird’s eye views of what downtown and Cherry Creek’s future skyline’s will look like. Take a look at all eight of them below by following the link to their post.
Imagine a swarm of 10,000-15,000 honey bees making a home up on the roof of your own home? Would you be welcoming to the honey pot upstairs or frightened of being stung by a bee for the first time since you spent your summer days out playing in the yard as a kid?
Well, Union Station shows no fear of bees as they have provided a home for some 12,000 honey bees on the roof of the newly renovated and developed downtown attraction. But fear not, the bees atop the Union Station pose no threat to Denver residents visiting Union Station according to John-Mark Larter, director of hospitality at Union Station. No word on any threat to non residents though. Larter stated “they are sort of an insulated operation up there.” The honey from the bees are expected to make their ways to local restaurants and are good example of helping maintain the contribution to pollination that this environmentally protected species so importantly provides.
Check out the photo below from businessden.com