August 5, 2016

Boulder planning board approves Armory redevelopment

A proposal to bring 182 apartments, 18 townhomes and commercial retail and restaurant space to the National Guard Armory site in north Boulder got a green light on Thursday night.

The Camera reports that the Boulder planning board approved the project brought forth by developers Bruce Dierking and Jim Loftus, a second iteration of the project that did away with initial plans for live-work studio-type spaces for artists. The new housing will be geared toward middle-income earners.

A proposal to bring 182 apartments, 18 townhomes and commercial retail and restaurant space to the National Guard Armory site in north Boulder got a green light on Thursday night.

The Camera reports that the Boulder planning board approved the project brought forth by developers Bruce Dierking and Jim Loftus, a second iteration of the project that did away with initial plans for live-work studio-type spaces for artists. The new housing will be geared toward middle-income earners.

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