Old town Littleton has taken on a new life over the last few years. For several years the area lived up to its name of “Old” with many of the business store fronts closed at night and on the weekends. Today the area has become a vibrant area for business activity day and night. With restaurants, bars and retail coming to downtown Littleton it has taken on a new name of “LiDo”. The local merchant association has sponsored several events on Main Street. Events like the Main Street block party and the Turkey Leg and Wine Hoedown has attracted tens of thousands of people. Light Rail has also added to the revitalization of the area.
According to the city of Littleton there has been a 69% increase in sales tax revenue in the last 6 years. When most areas experienced an economic downturn the last 4 years LiDo has thrived. Downtown Littleton is no longer a ghost town it is becoming a hip area to hang out and be seen. All of this is good news for local homeowners and business owners. Real estate values continue to increase in the area.
Author:Jason Peck Phone: 720-446-6301 Dated: September 1st 2012 Views: 868 About Jason: ...
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