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.
“We want to continue the tradition that this street is known for, which is small businesses with owners or operators that you can find there every day,” said a co-owner.
The list of creditors, primarily individuals and couples, runs for hundreds of pages. The company advertised heavily on local TV.
The Denver restaurateur opened Grange Hall this week with nine food stalls in the former C.B. & Potts brewhouse building.
A judge ruled that Terrance Hunt, Shane Ozment and Chris Cowan can’t act as brokers in Colorado for one year.
The Denver-based real estate firm needs the City Council to rezone the property for structures up to 12 stories before it can proceed.
“There’s probably a 1,000-bed shortage right now” in Winter Park, said Bob Fanch. “If you can’t find a rental, where do you live?”
The Glendale club didn’t emerge from Chapter 11 with a reorganization plan in place. It asked the judge to dismiss the case because business is “good.”
The deal is worth about $275 a square foot for the 2.3 acres bounded by Blake, Walnut, 33rd and 34th streets, which is currently home to several industrial buildings.