St. Anthony Development Plan Approved

John Rebchook with Inside Real Estate News wrote:

A decision by three key Denver department heads could help pave the way for one or two buildings as tall as 20 stories to be built on the former St. Anthony’s Hospital site by Sloan’s Lake.

The city’s Development Review Committee on Tuesday unanimously agreed to approve the General Development Plan that would allow up to 20 story buildings along West 17th Avenue, across from Sloan’s Lake, the largest lake in Denver.

The GDP is now in place; neither Mayor Michael B. Hancock nor the City Council will consider it. The City Council, however, would need to approve any zoning change that would allow a 20-story building to be developed.

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