Written by Kevin Torres, Fox News 31
Denver is welcoming its first ever ‘activated’ alleyway this week. It’s a piece of art, that’s turned an old alley into a creative walking path with all sorts of unique things.
“The Dairy Block interactive alley is for everyone in Denver to come down and have some fun,” said Lyle Pierson, a member of the Dairy Block.
The alley is located on the Dairy Block, in between 18th and 19th streets near Wazee and Blake.
“The people are just so happy to see Denver has something like this,” Pierson said.
The Dairy Block was once home to Windsor Dairy in the 1800s. These days, it’s a micro-district located in the heart of Lower Downtown (LoDo).
“[It] is one of the most interesting places I’ve ever been to,” he said.