“Developers say they have secured enough parking spaces to proceed with a Five Points project that would provide homes within reach of Denverites who earn less than 30 percent of the area median income.
“Hallelujah,” said Eddie Woolfolk, who has been pursuing her Charity’s House Apartments project for years.
Woolfolk had been looking for a way ahead after the city’s Board of Adjustment for Zoning last month rejected a request to include a total of six parking spaces for residents and staff who will be providing services at Charity’s House. Under zoning rules, 22 spaces were required for the project’s planned 36 units. Oriana Sanchez, a Denver-based project manager for BlueLine Development, which is working with Woolfolk on Charity’s House, said Monday that a lease agreement had been struck for 17 off-site, off-street spaces with a private property owner. The spaces are within 1,500 feet of the site, at 3020, 3022 and 3026 Welton Street, near RTD’s light rail station stop at 30th Avenue and Downing Street.”
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Bryson, Donna. Denverite 24 August 2020.