District 4 Information

Peggy Lehman
Peggy Lehmann,
Council District 4
Located in the southeast part of the city, District 4 is a diverse community with a variety of residential areas, small businesses and the northern part of the Denver Technologies Center. We have many beautiful parks, great Denver Public Schools and wonderful people.

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District 4 Projects & Plans

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Chick-Fil-A

Chick-fil-A opened on April 18th.

Highpointe

Construction on The Shoppes at Highpointe is moving quickly. The approximately 20,000 square feet of inline retail space is underway. To date the tenants include: Smashburger, Tossa (pizza, wine and pasta), Tazikis (Mediterranean) and Sprint.

Veranda Highpointe, the multi-family portion, began construction in March and is on schedule to open its first units in the summer of 2013. The parking garage structure is now visible.

Spectrum Retirement Communities will be building a 90 unit assisted living facility on their portion of the property (where the parking garage used to be).

Tamarac Square Development

Target Corporation is building a 135,000 square foot standard Target Store (not a super Target). The developer's site work and parking lot are nearing completion and construction has begun on the building. The store's grand opening is currently planned for July 2013.

University Hills Senior Residences

Construction has begun on the University Hills Senior Residences (2775 S. Brook Drive). The project will be an apartment building with a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom rental units for seniors over the age of 62. The facility will include a variety of interior and exterior amenities. Parking will be provided underground in a secured garage. The garage will also have areas for residential storage. The expected date of completion is in the fall of 2013.

Hampden Heights Open Space (Hentzell Natural Area)

The Denver Real Estate Office and Denver Public Schools (DPS) are currently negotiating a proposed land swap that includes 11.5 acres of land located near E. Girard and S. Havana St. Two and a half acres are in the City’s real estate portfolio and the difference of nine acres is located in the Hampden Heights Open Space (Hentzell Natural Area) which is part of Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR). The 11.5 acres will be traded for a 40,000 sq. ft. office at 1330 Fox St.. This is intended to be the future site of the City’s Domestic Violence Center which has been a high priority for Mayor Michael B. Hancock since his election in 2011. In turn, Denver Public Schools will turn the 11.5 acre parcel into a new Southeast school, funded through the school bond which was passed in the November election.

The land swap contract was approved at Denver City Council on April 1, 2013

Contact Councilwoman Lehmann

Peggy Lehmann
Councilwoman District 4
Phone: (720)337-4444

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