These are some of the project organizers who see the alleys off Bijou Street west of Tejon as having great promise. The group, from left: Modbo owner Brett Andrus, HB&A intern Aaron Overstreet, HB&A Principal Andrea Barker, HB&A Planner Aaron Briggs, HB&A Planner Jee Sun Muger and her son Dax, and Colorado Springs Parking Administrator Greg Warnke.

A couple of years ago, a few downtowners got together and started talking about renovating the alleys of the city’s core, making them more pedestrian-friendly with new pavement, paint and lighting, transforming them from stinky backstreet vagabond thoroughfares into bright, artistic retail and dining corridors. They made a plan, which began like a lot of […]

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