Hello and welcome from Urban Life Wash Park! We are so excited to contribute toward building the community we have been fortunate enough to call home for more than 20 years. The neighborhood has seen its fair share of changes. Lucky for us and you, it has kept its small town feel. Yes, we have the great location, big beautiful trees and old school houses, but the driving force behind everything is the strong sense of community. In fact this was our inspiration behind Urban Life Wash Park. We want to reacquaint you with your neighbors and introduce you to some new faces. We get that you like to step outside of your bubble and explore the city and our beautiful state. You chose to start your life here, raise your family here and to retire here for a
reason. So we invite you to explore the neighborhood and beyond with us.
Our history is in print and it only seems fitting that our inaugural issue begins the first month of 2017. The year of the rooster. Roosters are talkative, outspoken, frank, open, honest and loyal. We promise to deliver exactly this and encourage you to do the same. Tell us what you want to see in future issues. Conversation is our game. In fact, we published an arts magazine in Denver called the Red Wheelbarrow in the early 90s. The magazine was named after the William Carlos Williams’ poem by the same title and our mascot was the chicken. Coincidence? Probably not.
Your neighbors – Sam & Shaleen DeStefano