Earth Matters:At 28th And Fairfax, We Could Have Both
A proposed land swap that would move a proposed neighborhood park inside a high-end development project at 28th and Fairfax has drawn the ire of neighbors who say they were not properly notified of the plan and also fear gentrification of the neighborhood.
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Nancy Francis spoke about the plan to swap land parcels at 28th & Fairfax, so the proposed corner park land would be moved mid-block in a commercial development...
Maggie Price gave report on PARC. Last meeting was 19 September, and Debbie Ortega was in attendance. Park Hill lot at 28th and Fairfax was on list of land that could be designated as a park. Now, it might be sold to a developer. Discussion will happen today at Park Hill Community Center.
ICYMI: Join the District 8 office for a community conversation about the proposed park at 28th & Fairfax, tonight, 10/18, 6 - 7:30 p.m. at Stedman Elementary:
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ICYMI: Join the District 8 office for a community conversation about the proposed park at 28th & Fairfax on Wednesday, 10/18, 6 - 7:30 p.m. at Stedman Elementary:
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Join the District 8 office for a community conversation about the proposed park at 28th & Fairfax on Wednesday, 10/18, 6 - 7:30 p.m. at Stedman Elementary:
The residential and commercial development on 28th and Fairfax Street – named by the developer “Park Hill Commons” – is just one example. The project is an effort to gentrify the block. And yes, African American owned businesses, clientele and possibly residents, are certainly being displaced.
Kevin Wiegand and Blake Taylor Board members from Greater Park Hill presented the concern of neighbors regarding a proposed “land swap” at E. 28th and Fairfax Street a detailed presentation found hereThis article has 1 other Denver location (Show)
Meeting adjourned at 8 p.m. Next meeting Oct. 17, Brookdale UPark, 2020 S. Monroe, 6 p.m.