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3400 Bayaud / 121 South Madison Redevelopment CCEA Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Libby Kaiser - City Planning
29:41
Here's a link to the Planning Board webpage where you'll be able to sign up to speak once the link for the August 3rd meeting is posted. You can also submit written comments from this page: https://www.denvergov.org/Government/Agencies-Departments-Offices/Agencies-Departments-Offices-Directory/Community-Planning-and-Development/Boards-and-Commissions/Planning-Board
Denise Oakland
30:01
Thank you, Libby
Michael MacLauchlan
53:03
How many units, how many parking spaces? What happens to the existing alley? What is the surveyed number of cars likely per unit vs the number of spaces offered (spill over to the street parking)? Where are the proposed parking spaces located surface or underground or ? Tx!
Shawn Martell
54:13
Shawn & Rob Martell
Consuelo
54:18
Concerned about ice forming on north side which stays in place for months. We have a lot of people with walkers, mobility scooters, strollers, and walkers.
Haley Clark - D10 Aide
54:48
I am happy to look into that question for you, Shawn and Rob
Greg and Lolly
56:42
It seams the presenter that is against the project is representing CCEA, I thought this was an info meeting for us to decide. Has the development committee made a recommendation?
Robin P
58:41
My question is whether the city is considering the availability of homes available to purchase versus rent. Seems the goal of adding "housing" thus far in this area really mean adding rental units. I would like to know how the city is considering the needs of potential home owners. I would be more supportive of those project if if were condos and of course with adequate parking.
Michael MacLauchlan
58:43
Bill -- my questions above, tx!
Greg and Lolly
58:47
aok
kitty
58:49
Why are you building rentals instead of condominiums?
Consuelo
01:00:30
I am also concerned about the number of parking spaces being allocated to new units being planned. More people parking on the streets in going to impact our current situation of being able to park without time restrictions. Whether 3 or 5 stories, it will be a huge impact to our community.
Nancy Terry
01:01:33
Why would a zoning change even be considered for 5 stories when iit was clearly zoned in 2019 for 3 stories?
Riccardo Bracho
01:02:02
Where is the link to the 5 rezoning criteria?
Felicia Rodriguez - Council District 5
01:03:33
https://www.denvergov.org/Government/Agencies-Departments-Offices/Agencies-Departments-Offices-Directory/Community-Planning-and-Development/Zoning-Permits/Rezoning-Process
Riccardo Bracho
01:04:34
thx
Kim
01:05:25
Question for Libby: What specific factors will you consider when deciding about the zoning change, if you are not considering the final project? And if you are not considering the final project, why are we discussing it here tonight? Thanks.
hartley goldstone
01:10:52
Did I hear Brian imply that renters care about our community the way that homeowners do? That's not my experience.
Denise Oakland
01:13:33
Libby, how much does the voice of our community matter through our survey?
Robin P
01:14:13
How is Pulaski Park being "better served" by increased density in this area?
Riccardo Bracho
01:14:45
“How is Pulaski Park being "better served" by increased density in this area?” I agree
Hunter Banbury
01:16:00
Hi Libby, do you look at 3400 bayoud any differently than 121 madison?
624834
01:16:28
What are the probable time line for approval
Shawn Martell
01:16:41
Pulaski Park is not under utilized...that's an inaccurate statement easily disproven on any morning dog walk or Saturday afternoon.
clark
01:18:43
What is the expected impact on Pulaski Park, from both the Developers & Hunter?
Lori Meredith Gabow
01:19:35
What is timeline for planning board and then council
Libby Kaiser - City Planning
01:20:48
Planning Board is 8/3 and City Council is 9/26.
Sam Palamara
01:20:56
Suggest that community make its voice known loud and clear per Bill's recommendations
Shawn Martell
01:23:35
I walk that park everyday at 5:30am. It's an extremely safe park
Shawn Martell
01:25:25
I think we can all agree that the buildings need to be redone...but the issue and concern for me is 5 stories.
Hunter Banbury
01:26:22
Libby when talking about Pulaski you said that the end project wont have first floor parking - how would you know that?
Consuelo
01:27:32
Is there an option to zoom into either of those meetings?
Consuelo
01:28:04
What time do you have to sign up to make public comment?
Michael MacLauchlan
01:33:00
Would you describe the demographic of the tenants?
Robin P
01:33:03
Bill's mention of this developer's prior proposal to rezone from 3 stories to 12 reflects on the developer's true intent and concern for this community. The developer wasted people's time with a preposterous proposal for a 12-story building and perhaps shouldn't be rewarded for returning with a reduced one.
Shawn Martell
01:33:15
what's the contact info for our counsel reps?
Haley Clark - D10 Aide
01:34:28
Shawn, you can email Councilman Hinds at district10@denvergov.org or call 720-337-7710
Shanna Hennig
01:34:38
Forgive my ignorance, but theoretically, if rezoning is not approved, could the owner re-develop the property based on the current commercial zoning?
Felicia Rodriguez - Council District 5
01:37:00
https://www.denvergov.org/Government/Agencies-Departments-Offices/Agencies-Departments-Offices-Directory/Denver-City-Council/Public-Input/General-Public-Comment
Michael MacLauchlan
01:37:42
Would someone help the neighbors around thedevelopment secure resident parking permits? The density of this development will bring much traffic/cars to theneighborhood
Haley Clark - D10 Aide
01:40:30
And here is the information for required and courtesy public hearings - https://www.denvergov.org/Government/Agencies-Departments-Offices/Agencies-Departments-Offices-Directory/Denver-City-Council/Public-Input/Public-Hearings
Hunter Banbury
01:45:04
Thanks all, I will update the letter based on Libby’s great comments.
Shawn Martell
01:46:21
+1 on that argument Ione!
Jane Nero
01:47:35
I agree, this is a slippery slope to change zoning nearby. It will change the character of the entire neighborhood.
Kim
01:49:24
Brian and Travis: What would you do if you didn't get what you wanted with zoning?
Michael MacLauchlan
01:51:30
thx all !
Shawn Martell
01:51:36
Thank you all for the conversation and education. This is a challenging topic. Appreciate the respectful tone and commentary.
sharon
01:52:06
Good management of this meeting. Thank you.