Homeowners are remodeling and its because of the pandemic that came into full swing in March. Forcing everyone retreat into their homes, whether they were ready or not. Employers and Schools were forced to implement their virtual offices and remote classrooms ahead of any planned schedule. Despite the initial growing pains, many people have come to prefer remote work.
Denver’s historic and famous block went up for sale earlier this year by Jee Hermanson, CEO of Larimer Associates. The group, who have owned Larimer square since 1993, announced that a deal was made with Charlotte-based Asana Partners. The total price for the deal closing come out to $92.49 million, according to public records.
Denver District 4, is seeking to make an appeal for rezoning of the lots and allow ADU construction. The main concern for this move is the fact that District 4 is labeled officially as a suburban neighborhood. City planners attribute this characteristic to housing areas that exhibit single-family homes in winding/curving streets and restrict commercial building forms as shopping only.
As housing continues to become more scarce in Denver, city officials have come together to decide on proposals about the number of people (un-related) are allowed to live in a single-family dwelling. Following a developing story from the Denverite, Donna Bryson gives key points about a policy change for one of Denver’s more challenging problems.