Street Seen: Good Fellas

North Denver Tribune // January 21, 2015 Little Man Ice Cream held its annual “Employee Appreciation Day” on January 5. The company is well known for its philanthropic roots in third world countries with their Scoop for Scoop program that donates one scoop of rice and beans for every scoop of ice cream sold. They…

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What to do in Denver

New York Times // January 21, 2015 The signs of Denver’s economic high times as a pot boomtown and bastion of progressive urban policies are everywhere. There is the B-cycle bike-share program, among the most affordable and best-run systems in the country, and the newly renovated Union Station, which has taken a still-in-use 1881 train…

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DENVER’S NEXT GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD: SUNNYSIDE

CONFLUENCE Denver // December 10, 2014 Andrew Novick was renting a place at 34th Avenue and Quivas Street in Denver’s LoHi neighborhood when he decided it was time to buy a house. He wanted to stay in LoHi but found it was cost-prohibitive, so he went north 10 blocks — just across West 38th Avenue…

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SUNNYSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD IN NW DENVER THRIVING AMID SUCCESS OF HIGHLAND

Denver Post // December 23, 2014 During the recession of the late 1980s, it would be hard to find an area that was hit harder than the Sunnyside neighborhood in northwest Denver. Property values fell, crime went up and the neighborhood was becoming an undesirable place to live. “By late 80s and early 90s, it…

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West Colfax on the Move

North Denver Tribune // November 8, 2014 WEST COLFAX -Colfax Avenue, also known as U.S. 40, was once the longest road in America. The corridor of West Colfax that shuttles commuters from the foothills to downtown is well known for its seedy no-tell motels and car dealerships. It is all about to change. Read the…

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New businesses invigorate Denver’s Sunnyside neighborhood

Denver Business Journal // November 7, 2014 Denver’s historic Sunnyside neighborhood is only a few minutes away from the bustle of downtown Denver and is directly adjacent to the trendy Highlands neighborhood. But sitting inside a coffee shop in Sunnyside feels like passing time in a small town, far removed from urban activity and business…

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Little Man Ice Cream Shop Celebrates One Millionth Scoop

YAHOO! NEWS // JULY 25, 2014 Paul Tamburello opened Little Man Ice Cream, named after his father, in Denver in 2008. Inspired by vintage Coney Island hotdog-shaped stands and roadside-monument nostalgia, Tamburello built his shop within a 28-foot-tall, 14,000-pound cream can. “I went there just a couple nights ago. Waited 20 minutes in line for…

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Case Studies in Placemaking: Stapleton, Rino and LoHi

CONFLUENCE DENVER // APRIL 9, 2014 Placemaking is not an exact science, not in Denver, or anywhere else. It’s something of a collaborative balancing act between developers, businesses and the general public, and it never happens overnight, according to some of the movers and shakers in a few of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods: RiNo, LoHi and…

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Jolt Collaborates with Little Man to Give LoHi a New Landmark

Westword // September 23, 2013 LoHi is one of the hottest real estate markets in town — and Little Man Ice Cream is one of the businesses that’s made the area so cool. The man behind the iconic Little Man just teamed up with Jolt, a graffiti artist and Westword MasterMind, to create another landmark…

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