High rise proposed for 12th and Acoma – DenverInfill Blog Urban Planning

On March 9, 2020, a design plan for the project was submitted to the Denver planning office Davis Partnership Architects on behalf of Lennar. According to the concept plan document, the proposed residential building would include 300 apartments, approximately 9,800 square meters of retail / restaurant space on the ground floor, and parking for 373 cars and 160 bicycles.

The current zoning on the site requires at least 0.75 car parking spaces per residential unit or 225 parking spaces (300 × 0.75) and 25 parking spaces for retail, with a minimum requirement of 250 parking spaces. As currently proposed, out of a total of 373 project parking spaces, 344 are for residential use and the remaining 29 are for retail use. This leads to 119 car parking spaces that are above the minimum required for a residential parking ratio of 1.53 (344/225) (344-225) – slightly more than double the minimum required ratio.

The following pictures from the concept plan show the proposed buildings from different angles.

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