Molly Urbina is interim manager, Community Planning and Development for the City of Denver.
Reporter- Denver Business Journal
Two years after the City of Denver overhauled its zoning code, developers and related businesses say the new form-based codes are working well and should encourage future development.
Goals for the new code included making the development process simpler, less contentious and cheaper for developers. Form-based codes provide a “plug and play” template for what property owners and developers can do with their land, according to real estate experts.
Though the shaky economy has slowed development activity, the number of applications for projects sent to the city is picking up this year, said Molly Urbina, interim manager of Denver’s Community …
Dennis Huspeni covers real estate and retail for the Denver Business Journal and writes for the “Real Deals” blog.
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