It would be the third neighborhood to be mass rezoned for ADUs, following Chaffee Park in 2020 and Sloan’s Lake in August.
When Central Street Capital sold Prospect on Central in August, the company kept its offices in the building. It’s regretting that now.
The owners of Danico Brewing Co. met while working for Anheuser-Busch. They plan to open with 10 to 15 taps next summer.
If rezoning is approved, 40 percent of the units on the 901 S. Navajo lot would be restricted to those making up to 30 percent of the area median income.
Up to 2,000 residential units could be built and existing retail space cut to as little as 125,000 square feet from the current 270,000 square feet.
Colorado Village Collaborative said it has an agreement with the city to operate a “safe outdoor space” near the entrance of York Street Yards.
County officials are delaying a vote on a proposal to reduce the amount of space allowed for inventory storage to give business owners more time to weigh in.
The rest of the city’s nearly 11,000 employees received COVID-19 shots or were granted exemptions which require testing instead.
Gerrity Group, which bought the mall in 2016, wants to cut retail space in half to 125,000 square feet and add 2,000 residential units.
“Our biggest problem at Civic Center Park wasn’t the homeless; it was the drug dealing,” said a spokeswoman for the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation.