Discuss development impacts, survey requirements, and other implications before formally applying for a zone lot amendment. This is available to all applicants but is highly recommended for commercial/multifamily projects or when there is an existing structure of any type that will remain after the zone lot amendment.
A zone lot is the land designated as the building site for a structure and/or the site for a land use or activity. The city uses the zone lot as the basic land unit for zoning review and permitting.
Download brochure: Will My Proposed Assessor’s Parcel(s) Comply with Denver Zoning Rules? (PDF)
For more detailed information about zone lots, see the Denver Zoning Code, section 1.2, "Zone Lots," and section 12.4.4, "Zone Lot Amendments."
NOTE: All local landmarks and historic district properties must first undergo design review by landmark preservation staff. Use the DevelopDENVER map to check your landmark status, and visit the Landmark webpage for information on the design review process.
Applicants must submit:
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Zoning tip sheets: