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DENVER-The city and county of Denver have obtained a stipulated temporary restraining order against the owner of the Regency Hotel at 3900 Elati St. The city says it took the action to prevent occupancy of the hotel by closing areas of the facility deemed unsafe, and limiting the number of occupants in public areas that remain open.

This stipulated temporary restraining order is in effect until further order of Denver District Court. Besides being a hotel, the 410-room structure is a popular venue for Mexican music that attracts thousands of young Hispanics.

The owner of the hotel is in the process of trying to sell it to the nonprofit Colorado Coalition for the Homeless.

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