- Property owner in the district
- Term expires 5/1/2025
Fred Glick is a commercial real estate developer working primarily on adaptive reuse projects in Denver’s urban core and is Vice-Chair of the Denver Planning Board. He is also an active community volunteer and currently serves on the boards of RedLine Contemporary Art Center, Denver Civic Ventures and Clayton United RNO. He also serves on the Downtown Denver Partnership’s Mobility Council and Urban Exploration Planning Committee. Fred chaired the board of the Academy of Urban Learning, a Denver charter school serving unhoused and at-risk students. He led the Learning Spaces Committee at Denver Shared Spaces, was a member of the Mile High Connects Advisory Council and helped establish the Aurora Welcome Center, serving immigrants and refugees.
A Denver native, Fred spent twenty years abroad in Swaziland, South Africa, India, Egypt and the United Kingdom. He holds a BFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and a masters from the University of Colorado Denver’s Urban and Regional Planning program.