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The concept stage is designed to provide the applicant with the opportunity to present the proposed development and project schedule to the city team. Working in a collaborative environment, significant issues that could affect the design and feasibility of the proposed development will be identified. Concepts are jointly reviewed by staff from various city departments and agencies. The project coordinator will identify specific agencies that need to be involved in the proposal’s review, coordinate reviews, and facilitate communication and scheduling between you and the city.
Things to consider during the concept stage:
What to submit:
Once the proposed project meets the minimum requirements provided by the review team, including but not limited to the ability to demonstrate general compliance with the Denver Zoning Code and other regulations, the project coordinator will clear the project to advance to the next phase, submitting a formal site development plan (SDP).
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