CU regents approve sale of former health sciences campus to Continuum Partners


CU regents approve sale of former health sciences campus to Continuum Partners

Plan envisions retail, residential and office space on 25-acre Denver property


The University of Colorado Board of Regents today approved the sale of CU’s former Health Sciences Center at 9th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard in Denver to Continuum  Partners, a Denver-based developer, for $30 million.

Continuum’s proposal for the 25.918-acre campus encompasses a broad range of residential, office and retail spaces with an emphasis on small and local businesses.  Continuum’s plans envision a vibrant, walkable mixed-use neighborhood that creates a memorable place, including a true “town center” with amenities including parks, plazas, and underground parking.

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Colorado Boulevard Health Care District Feb 6, 2014

Dear CBHD Members and Guests

Please find below the Agenda for the next meeting of the Colorado Boulevard Health Care District.

The meeting will be held on Thursday, February 6th at 4:00 pm at National Jewish Health.  Steve Zweck-Bronner from the University of Colorado will give an update about the selection of a new developer.  An announcement of the new developer will not be made at this meeting.  We hope to hear where the Selection Committee and the Regents are in the selection process
and a timetable for the ultimate announcement of their choice.

We hope that you can join us.  Thank you for your continued interest in the CBHD

and the redevelopment of 9th & Colorado Boulevard.

Best Regards,

Andrea Dikeou

Interim Chair

Colorado Boulevard Health Care District

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Special Events and Permitting

Events are a huge part of Denver’s fabric that brings in business, tourists, etc. Denver’s special events help create a vibrant city and support Denver’s economy. But the number of events have grown and  the City of Denver is reviewing its policies and procedures for how it permits and processes special events of all sizes and shapes such as festivals, street fairs, walks, runs, races, etc and the impact to neighbors, parking and road closures.  The City will host four Public Meetings. At each meeting, City representatives will present an overview of the internal efforts taking place, but most importantly the City will be asking for your input. All Denver residents are encouraged to attend one of the below public meetings to discuss Special Events and Permitting.
These meeting are very important to attend and your input about how  these events affect your quality of life (road closures, noise, trash) need to be shared.  Please come and help to find solutions.

Wednesday, February 12th @ 6pm, @ the Scheitler Recreation Center
Wednesday February 19th @ 6pm, @ Botanic Gardens
Saturday, February 15th @ 10 am @ the Central Park Recreation Center
Monday, February 24th @ 6pm @ the District 3 Police Station