Two Denver-based firms plan to build a three-story apartment complex on the 1.2-acre site with 90 units and about 5,500 square feet of retail space.
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Developers submitted plans for three buildings with a total of 220 units, some of which could be income restricted, and requested rezoning.
The proposed 15-story, 284-unit complex would replace a parking garage and a small office building.
The Denver City Council is set to vote on a rezoning for the income-restricted project, which also needs to win tax credits before it can proceed.
Garry Harris Jr., who was traded to the Orlando Magic this year, paid $4.5 million for it in 2018 after signing an $84 million contract extension.
A five-story, 110-unit complex is proposed for the parking lot adjacent to Formativ’s Lot Twenty Eight building, which remains largely vacant.
The ordinance requires that no homes within 300 feet of one another be rented out short-term, parking must be provided, and only single-family homes could be used.
Three residents say they were not able to recover historic tiles from “The Hut,” a 118-year-old house at 1980 Albion St., before it was destroyed.
“They’ve got this uncanny ability to walk into a place and really tell us the personality of the property,” a real estate agent said of Guest House.
The firms led by Rhys Duggan and Churchill Bunn are partnering in Berkeley, the Golden Triangle, Union Station North, and another unnamed site.