ULI spotlights Boulder Junction
from the Colorado Real Estate Journal | posted 02 November 2015
by Jill Jamieson-Nichols
Whether a model for infill development or an example of too much density, Boulder Junction is a community-changing project for Boulder.
The 160-acre transit-oriented development represents many years of complex planning and collaboration by public agencies, the community and private developers. Yet much has happened since Depot Square – a pivotal part of the project – broke ground two years ago.
How Boulder Junction came to be and where it is headed was the subject of an Oct. 21 Urban Land Institute Colorado program on site.
“The transformation that’s taken place here in a short amount of time is pretty amazing,” Charles Ferro, city development review manager, said at the ULI event.
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