A full “face-lift” is planned for the 2800 block of Fairfax in Park Hill.
A complicated, five-party agreement has been reached that will allow full development of Stapleton’s last large parcel to proceed.
Construction has started on Eastbridge North, a nearly one-acre lot on the north side of Martin Luther King Blvd. at Geneva Court (across the street from the new Eastbridge Town Center).
Despite the “skeletal” look of the old airport control tower, construction is now proceeding apace, according to Robert Thompson, founder and CEO of Punch Bowl Social.
Transit oriented development (TOD) along Colfax is an entirely different proposition than what is found at the Fitzsimons Parkway light rail or Central Park commuter rail stations.
At the Feb. 21 SUN meeting, Mayor Michael Hancock said the issue of affordable housing in Stapleton has been a “challenging one.”
Construction is expected to begin late summer on this 265-unit market-rate apartment project.
A new street connection between Stapleton and northwest Aurora will be paved sometime this summer, according to Andrea Amonick, Aurora’s Development Services Manager.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have concluded that noise walls on the south side of MLK from Ironton St. to Moline St. are a “reasonable and feasible” means for mitigating noise impacts on adjacent residences in that three-block stretch.