“Apartments and commercial space may be coming to a dirt plot at 2821 to 2841 Welton Street in Five Points, across the street from Brother Jeff’s Cultural Center and small businesses.
The site, which once housed a barber shop, a gallery and single-family houses, has been empty for years and was recently dug up and flattened. The Boulder architecture firm DTJ Design has turned in concept plans for a future mixed-use residential and commercial development.
If approved by the city, the project, from developer stok Investment Group, would include 114 units that are on average 400 square feet each, 40 parking spots, and 3,200 square feet of commercial space. The building would be six stories at most and not require rezoning.
The company builds apartments for people making between 50% and 140% of the area median income, which is currently $82,100 for a single person.”
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Harris, Kyle. Denverite 17 June 2022.