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Proposal to Redevelop 5 commercial Buildings near Evans Station
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Proposal to Redevelop 5 commercial Buildings near Evans Station

New Development
Apr 24
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5 min read

2042 & 2062 S Bannock Street

Last week, The Denver Planning Board recommended the approval to rezone five one-story industrial and commercial/retail buildings along Bannock Street in the Overland neighborhood.

Parcel Map - Provided by DPB

The subject properties are located between  Evans Avenue and E Asbury Avenue, along South Bannock Street. The area is known for its blend of commercial, single- and multi-unit residential, and industrial uses, with significant recent public and private investments around Evans Station, signaling a transition to a more mixed-use environment.

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Currently, the buildings are occupied by Infinite creations construction and Den Rec South Denver. The applicant has requested a rezoning to C-RX-5, which denotes Urban Center – Residential Mixed Use – 5 stories. This designation is suitable for residentially-dominated areas served primarily by collector or arterial streets, where a building scale of 2 to 5 stories is desired.

Zoning Map - Provided by DPB
Aerial View

Considering the above, we anticipate a 5 story mixed-use building to break ground within the next 12-24 months to continue the redevelopment of the Overland neighborhood.

The land use, transportation and infrastructure committee meeting is schedule for May 9th. We'll be keeping track of this proposal and will return with any updates!

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Proposal to Redevelop 5 commercial Buildings near Evans Station
5 min read

Proposal to Redevelop 5 commercial Buildings near Evans Station

New Development
Apr 24
/
5 min read

2042 & 2062 S Bannock Street

Last week, The Denver Planning Board recommended the approval to rezone five one-story industrial and commercial/retail buildings along Bannock Street in the Overland neighborhood.

Parcel Map - Provided by DPB

The subject properties are located between  Evans Avenue and E Asbury Avenue, along South Bannock Street. The area is known for its blend of commercial, single- and multi-unit residential, and industrial uses, with significant recent public and private investments around Evans Station, signaling a transition to a more mixed-use environment.

Site View
Site View

Currently, the buildings are occupied by Infinite creations construction and Den Rec South Denver. The applicant has requested a rezoning to C-RX-5, which denotes Urban Center – Residential Mixed Use – 5 stories. This designation is suitable for residentially-dominated areas served primarily by collector or arterial streets, where a building scale of 2 to 5 stories is desired.

Zoning Map - Provided by DPB
Aerial View

Considering the above, we anticipate a 5 story mixed-use building to break ground within the next 12-24 months to continue the redevelopment of the Overland neighborhood.

The land use, transportation and infrastructure committee meeting is schedule for May 9th. We'll be keeping track of this proposal and will return with any updates!