The plaintiff homeowners claim they have had difficulty replacing windows and making other minor improvements to their homes because of the rules that govern the historic district.
“I think we would be in a desperate situation,” the owner of a retail shop along Colfax told BusinessDen.
TrueMind and a neighboring spa at 5 Cook St. would be demolished to make way for a residential building up to seven stories high.
Seven neighborhood organizations and business improvement districts sent a letter to Denver officials urging them to do more to tackle homelessness.
The clearing of sidewalks and public rights-of-way would happen at least three times per week, during which belongings must be removed or get confiscated.
The assessments largely don’t take into account the boom Colorado’s housing market has seen since the onset of the pandemic.
AFC Urgent Care will demolish a structure at 3248 Champa St. and put up a new 3,600-square-foot clinic on a site it purchased in early 2020.
One measure would preserve the defunct golf course as open space. The other would make it easier to redevelop the site.
A five-story, 421,000-square-foot apartment complex with 366 units is being built on the former site of a carpet and furniture store.
The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless plans to rehabilitate a 10-story, 101-unit complex that has housed the former homeless for 25 years.