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City to roll out 'Denveright' plan for community growth

"We've had FasTracks build out the light rail system, the population has grown and people have gotten more sophisticated about city planning — it was time to revisit the plan," she said.
Where the Wazee Supper Club sits today, along 15th and Wynkoop, used to be a dark and rickety old viaduct. The landmark restaurant has occupied this corner building since 1974.

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Denver began rolling out its new community-driven growth plan that intends to address land use, recreational resources, parks and mobility.

Called Denveright, the city spent nearly two years holding workshops and talking to residents about what they wanted most for Denver's future. Overall, the most consistent theme from public outreach was a more inclusive city with stronger neighborhoods.

Rather than a blanket strategy across the city, Denveright is tailored to specific areas and slated to maintain individuality in neighborhoods.

"This is built around a much more nuanced approach," said Andrea Burns, Denver Community Planning and Development communications director.

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