Many of you have told me that one of your favorite aspects of the DenverInfill Blog is when we feature photos of projects under construction. Given my professional and personal schedules, the time I’ve had available to take and post update photos has fluctuated over the years, and on occasions, regular DenverInfill readers have helped me out by submitting photos for me to use, such as this awesome photo by Vicki H. from Uptown.
To increase the frequency of our construction-photo-updating efforts here at DenverInfill, I’m happy to announce that we’re adding a new contributor, Ryan Dravitz, who will be focusing specifically on that task. Ryan is a bicycle-wielding urban photographer and planning student who will be making the rounds with camera in hand to help keep us up-to-date on the physical transformation of our Downtown area. Thank you, Ryan!
I’ll still be posting photos when I can (including a bunch of pictures of a Better Denver bond project I took this weekend that I’ll be posting soon over at DenverUrbanism), and Rick will continue to focus on the big Denver Union Station project. If you’ve got a great urban infill photo you’d like to share, please don’t hesitate to submit it. The 2000s boom may be over, but there’s still a fair amount of urban infill investment going on in Denver, and we’re happy to cover it!