Denver Design District GDP

Plan adopted May 29, 2009

The Denver Design District General Development Plan is located on approximately 80 acres adjacent to the Alameda Light Rail Station at Alameda Avenue and S. Broadway.  This project is a valuable opportunity to transform a previously industrial and commercial auto-oriented site into a high quality transit-oriented development that re-establishes the urban fabric of the neighborhood.  

Key recommendations of the plan include strategies for improving access in the station area for pedestrians, bikes, cars and buses through significant extensions of the street grid.  Reintroducing a rich mix of land use choices and densities will create a safe and vital community.  The GDP provides for several million square feet of commercial (office, retail and hotel), residential and educational use.

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