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How gentrification changed Colorado, from Elyria-Swansea to endangered historic sites

Audio: How Gentrification Changes Colorado, from Elyria-Swansea to Endangered Historic Sites

The districts of Globeville and Elyria-Swansea in the north of Denver are in a moment of dramatic change, but they do not want to be another footnote in the gentrification story. Then, a CU Denver researcher explores how gentrification can be predicted and tracked. Next, these are Colorado's most endangered historic locations. Also an update to Prodigy Coffee.

Ryan Warner

About Ryan Warner

Ryan Warner is the lead presenter and publisher of the Colorado Matters daily interview program on Colorado Public Radio. He regularly reports on key issues facing Colorado – the state capital, which includes a monthly interview with the Governor of Colorado – on topics such as health, education, economics, energy, the environment, and arts and culture.

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