Neighbors of 3303 Broadway, an ad hoc group of over 125 neighbors, support thoughtful densification to provide permanently affordable middle- and low-income housing in Boulder. We also support the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan and careful, well-thought-out changes to the BVCP for the entire North Broadway corridor, including between Forest and Linden. We do not support leapfrog zoning changes at the whim of a developer who bought a publicly-zoned property.
Aaron Brockett is getting pressured to call up and override the recent planning board rejection of the 3303 Broadway project: Continue reading “Brockett under pressure to call up 3303 Broadway”
On December 1st at 6:00 P.M. at the Municipal Building at 1777 Broadway, the Planning Board will have a public hearing and then decide whether or not to recommend approving a developer’s proposal at 3303 Broadway (formerly known as The People’s Clinic) for 50 units and commercial/retail space. The developer is requesting a zoning change from “public” to RH-2, despite the Planning Department’s rejection of her proposal. Continue reading “ALERT: Developer seeks zoning change at 3303 Broadway (The People’s Clinic)”
One group of Boulder residents argues for dense development everywhere, in the hope that this will make the city more affordable.Others see the Boulder they love at risk of destruction from a “build baby build” ethos. Ultimately, Boulder must do what it can to strike a smart balance: neighborhood by neighborhood.
What makes the city so desirable is that it has been carefully planned. Our community group, Neighbors of 3303 Broadway, is thus deeply concerned to see a proposal that attempts to bypass sound planning: the redevelopment of the old People’s Clinic site at 3303 Broadway.