The 94-unit complex would replace what is currently a parking lot at 2137 Glenarm Place.
HHS told the state it’s laying off 94 employees, but they are expected to be offered jobs by new contract holder Securitas.
No plans have been submitted, but the owners said a building would have at least two levels of retail space and some income-restricted residential units.
The city plans to snuff out retail sales, with exceptions made only for hookahs and “premium” cigars.
“But beyond even the political overstep, we have serious concerns about safety,” said a nearby resident of the city permit allowing the 780 Elati St. site.
Days after RTD’s union called the transit hub a “hellhole,” Michael Hancock said the city will increase police presence and “ensure it is clean and safe.”
Rugby is a way of life. Sweatpants and hoodies are stylish. No to organic food, unless it’s pizza. Concierge cops. Welcome to Glendale.
The Northfield Flats would be built at 4501 N. Xenia St. by Mile High Development and Brinshore Development using $18.3 million in bonds issued by the city.
Amanda Sawyer voted against the first sanctioned homeless campsite on Denver city property but it was approved 10-1 and will open Dec. 14.
The City Council moved the start date to 2023 and nixed a suggestion to allow sales at age-restricted and specialty vaping stores.