Proposed moratoriums aimed at preventing recurrences of some projects seen as scourges of Denver’s development boom are up for final votes Monday night by the City Council.
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A development agreement for one project could aid Denver City Council members’ attempt to stop rowhomes with narrow “garden courts” between the buildings.
Two Denver City Council members plan Monday to introduce a proposed one-year moratorium on townhouse development that uses a “garden court form” — without much of a garden.
Denver building industry interests are weighing in heavily against proposed development impact fees to help pay for the city’s $150 million affordable housing initiative.
The Denver City Council on Monday approved sweeping proposals aimed at helping to transform downtown’s Arapahoe Square into a dense neighborhood.
Denver City Councilman Rafael Espinoza found an unorthodox way to launch another appeal of the state’s I-70 expansion plan through northeast Denver.