303 Mag: How Sun Valley Will Change in the Next Five Years



"Even though it is bordered by I-25 on the east, Federal Boulevard on the west, 6th Avenue on the south and 20th Avenue on the north, Sun Valley’s rectangular neighborhood is anything but straight-edged. More than 100 years ago, the area was settled by a Jewish immigrant population, which in turn created an established working-class community by the early 1900s. Latinos started their migration to the area (though they were further north at first, along West 38th Avenue) in the 1930s, along with Irish and Italian families as well."


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