It is accused of 10 alleged violations of municipal code and state law, including having inadequate security and allowing the distribution of cocaine.
Developers want to put a 49-unit complex on a narrow slice of land in Five Points. City staff say construction will be the hardest part of the project.
The filing comes after the Denver Post and another newspaper filed Colorado Open Records Act requests to see the entire, unredacted report, which cost DPS $200,000.
Developers building large housing projects would need to reserve 8-12 percent of rental units for those making less than the area median income and 10-15 percent of units for sale.
The city will send out trained staff to issue citations for crimes such as destruction of property, public defecation, trespassing and dumping.
Thrive plans to build 322 homes, some detached and some townhomes. Another part of the campus is expected to be sold to a developer later this month.
The changes would apply to industrial land in unincorporated parts of the county.
It’s the second known proposal for a “safe parking” site in Denver. The first opened in July in University Hills as motorists living in their RVs have proliferated around Denver over the last 5 years.
The measure was proposed by Councilwomen Amanda Sawyer and Deborah Ortega.
A contract amendment the airline seeks would relinquish two of its ticket counters and 1,736 square feet of office space.