Active licenses hit 2,008 last week, the highest since November but still down 22 percent from the start of the pandemic.
“We’re not looking to become Boulder,” said a city planner of the law, which leaves the specific percentage and income restrictions required up to each municipality.
Council last year declined to rezone a different developer’s planned apartment project didn’t include enough income-restricted units.
Proposed changes would allow those that spend less than $50 million to get four-year tax credits and so-called “unicorns” that invest more to get them for 10 years.
The First Universalist Church of Denver at 4101 E. Hampden Ave. would be Denver’s first “safe parking” site if approved.
Four buildings on the western half of the university property are included in the deal and will be used to expand the Denver School of the Arts.
Modworks, which occupied the 13th and 14th floors atop the Petroleum Building in Upper Downtown, is now the third Venture X in Denver.
Denver-based Central Street Capital, founded by health care entrepreneur Rob Salazar, is developing the project in the 4000 block of Fox Street.
The Crossroads Center has long been operated by the Salvation Army as an overnight shelter. But it went 24/7 last year.
Councilwoman Kendra Black, who led the effort to enact a cap last fall, said the city will let it expire because COVID-19 restrictions on restaurants have been lifted.