Residents and visitors alike may have trouble grasping this rendering of what a portion of Manitou Avenue on the town’s eastern edge could look like after development that Manitou’s Urban Renewal Authority board hopes to generate with its plans and potential tax increment financing.
Residents and visitors alike may have trouble grasping this rendering of what a portion of Manitou Avenue on the town’s eastern edge could look like after development that Manitou’s Urban Renewal Authority board hopes to generate with its plans and potential tax increment financing.

What could eastern Manitou Springs look like if it were redeveloped, perhaps even continuing into the unincorporated area known as No Man’s Land? That’s what Manitou city leaders are asking residents, with early plans to be shared at an open house Thursday, Feb. 20, at Manitou’s City Hall. The idea behind the gathering is to […]

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