The City of Denver has released a comprehensive Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Strategic Plan.  The Plan, which pulls together a variety of City policies and programs and replaces a 2006 TOD Strategic Plan, is intended to provide guidance to three key groups:

– Developers and builders, who can use the Plan to “get information on the City’s TOD focus areas, identify properties for new development, and take advantage of City investments in station areas.”

– Public employees, who are encouraged to use the Plan to “establish a city-wide TOD implementation work program, direct city funds efficiently to the most opportunistic areas, determine the projects that offer the maximum return on public investment, and pursue funding for key infrastructure projects.”

– Residents and business owners in transit station areas, who can use the Plan “as a guide for making real estate decisions, renovating property, or opening a store.”

This article on the Confluence Denver website tells more about the Plan, and the Plan itself can be found here.

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Vicki Hellmer’s practice is focused on commercial real estate financing, including construction and permanent loans and workouts. She represents both lenders and borrowers, on loans involving all types of real estate—multifamily housing, mixed-use, hotel, office (including medical office), residential condominiums, and major retail…

Vicki Hellmer’s practice is focused on commercial real estate financing, including construction and permanent loans and workouts. She represents both lenders and borrowers, on loans involving all types of real estate—multifamily housing, mixed-use, hotel, office (including medical office), residential condominiums, and major retail projects.  She has also represented clients in the acquisition and disposition of properties, and the structuring of real estate joint ventures.