COVID-19 resident FAQs, rent payment & assistance options, employment resources & more

As Coronavirus cases surge in Colorado, a statewide stay-at-home order was issued on Wednesday. Denver bars and restaurants will halt dine-in services until May 11 and businesses deemed “nonessential” must close until April 30. These are stressful, uncertain times for all of us as we navigate this rapidly evolving situation caused by COVID-19. We understand […]

COVID-19 Updates: rent & utility assistance, delivery/take-out food & more

In the wake of suspended operations across Colorado due to the COVID-19 pandemic (including a 30-day closure of all Denver’s bar/restaurant dine-in services), many workers are left uncertain and impacted by the temporary closures. The impacts are far-reaching, from employment, financial stability and paying bills/rent, to staying healthy and having access to food, medicine and […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) precautions, office changes at Cornerstone

Due to the spread of COVID-19, Cornerstone Apartments is taking precautions and has implemented protocols to keep residents and team members safe and healthy. Day-to-day operations at Cornerstone and your building will continue as normal with these exceptions: MORE: COVID-19 preventative tips & information for apartment residents   • THE OFFICE IS CLOSED Unless by […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) preventative tips & information for apartment residents

Colorado has its first two presumptive positive cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) — a new strain of the coronavirus that’s spread across the globe. READ MORE: Two Cases Of New Coronavirus Found In Colorado According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the immediate health risk from the novel COVID-19 — a respiratory disease […]

Christmas tree disposal tips & recycling drop-off locations

In the wake of the Holidays, a few things remain consistent — tradition, even: a fridge full of leftovers, probably too many sweets, a bunch of new stuff and a some larger-than-normal trash loads. And some of those things might just be one in the same. Either way, Americans throw away 25 percent more trash between Thanksgiving […]

POWDER HUNTIN’: Colorado ski areas with the best snowpack

LET IT SNOW — The Rockies are gettin’ it. As the weather continues to spew snow all over the mountains, Colorado’s annual snow fall is more than 100 percent above average statewide. 2020 is upon us, bringing a wealth of opportunities for New Year’s resolutions, and also: Powder Huntin’. Here’s a roundup of Colorado ski […]

Initiative 300: Make an Informed Decision

Initiative 300 Will Be on Denver’s May 2019 Ballot Don’t know what that is? You should. We’re breaking down the facts and figures to help you make an informed decision about Initiative 300. What is Initiative 300? Also called the “Right to Survive” Initiative. This is a citizen-initiated proposal to change the Denver Revised Municipal Code. Initiative 300 […]

5280 Free Rides Pass with B-Cycle

Do you have your 5280 Free Rides Pass yet? Thanks to Denver Public Works, the 5280 program provides a free Denver B-cycle Annual Pass to 5,280 qualifying Denver residents on a first-come, first-served basis. The Annual Access Pass gives riders access to their system and 60 minutes of free ride time until December 31, 2019. To qualify, you […]