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Denver’s Department of Community Planning and Development has been working on developing Downtown Design Standards and Guidelines (DSGs) as a suite of tools to accommodate the Golden Triangle Zoning Update.
The Downtown DSGs are based on existing Arapahoe Square and also Central Platte Valley – Auraria DSGs. The DSGs shall apply only to properties with Denver Zoning Code D-AS-12+, D-AS-20+, D-CPV-T, D-CPV-R, or D-CPV-C, or D-GT zone districts. The new Downtown DSGs are intended to be more streamlined and follow the structure of a typical design approach, with review submissions based on project phasing and development (site planning, massing, design development, etc.).
Your comments and feedback can be submitted via email to Lilly.Djaniants@denvergov.org by the end of the day on Tuesday, May 12th.
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