A 113-unit, eight-story house constructing would possibly take the place of one in every of Denver’s lasting greasy spoons.

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Alberta Improvement Companions, based mostly in Greenwood Village, this month proposed razing and redeveloping Tom’s Diner at East Colfax Avenue and Pearl Avenue.

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To take action, the developer has additionally utilized for nonhistoric standing on the constructing, in-built 1967, and the half-acre property round it. BusinessDen first reported the information on Tuesday.

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On Friday, the town will determine if Tom’s Diner has the potential for historic designation. Denver’s Landmark Preservation workplace is reviewing Alberta Improvement’s software and early stage proposal, in accordance with Alexandra Foster with Denver Group Planning and Improvement.

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Alberta Improvement Companions, Offered by Denver’s Landmark Preservation workplace

A preliminary idea plan.

If it’s deemed traditionally vital, group members could have round a month to guard the restaurant from demolition inside the subsequent 5 years. Anybody may apply for landmark standing on the Googie-style constructing inside that point interval, although the paperwork comes with a charge of $875.

An analogous course of happened final month on the 85-year-old Bonnie Brae Tavern. Its homeowners mentioned they had been contemplating a sale and in early Could had been granted nonhistoric standing, making their property extra engaging to builders.


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