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File #: 19-1259    Version: 1
Type: Bill Status: Passed
File created: 11/7/2019 In control: Land Use, Transportation & Infrastructure Committee
On agenda: 12/16/2019 Final action: 12/16/2019
Title: A bill for an ordinance designating the Tilden School for Teaching Health Historic District as a district for preservation. Approves the designation of Tilden School for Teaching Health as a Landmark Historic District for preservation, located at the intersection of Grove Street and Fairview Place in Council District 1. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 11-19-19.
Indexes: Zach Rothmier
Attachments: 1. BR19 1259 CPD Tilden School Historic Distrrict, 2. Tilden_School_Historic_District_Landmark_Ap, 3. Tilden_School_LUTI_Nov19_2019, 4. Tilden_School_LUTI_StaffReport_Nov2019_ADA, 5. Tilden_School_Proposed Map_ADA, 6. Tilden_School_Public_Comment, 7. CB19-1259_Bill_TildenSchool_historicdesignation_20191126, 8. 19-1259 Filed_Bill_TildenSchool_historicdesignation, 9. Tilden_School_CC_Dec16_2019, 10. Tilden_School_Public_Comment_CC, 11. Tilden_School_StaffReport_CC_Dec16, 12. 19-1259 - signed, 13. 19-1259 Filed A bill for an ordinance designating the Tilden School for Teaching Health Historic District as a district for preservation.

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Date Submitted: 11-7-19

 

Requesting Agency: Community Planning and Development

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Subject Matter Expert Name:

Name:  Kara Hahn                                                                    

Email:  kara.hahn@denvergov.org                                                                     

 

Item Title & Description:

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These appear on the Council meeting agenda. Initially, the requesting agency will enter a 2-3 sentence description. Upon bill filling, the City Attorney’s Office should enter the title above the description (the title should be in bold font).

 

Both the title and description must be entered between the red “title” and “body” below.  Do not at any time delete the red “title” or “body” markers from this template.

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A bill for an ordinance designating the Tilden School for Teaching Health Historic District as a district for preservation.

Approves the designation of Tilden School for Teaching Health as a Landmark Historic District for preservation, located at the intersection of Grove Street and Fairview Place in Council District 1. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 11-19-19.

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Affected Council District(s) or citywide? Council District 1

 

Executive Summary with Rationale and Impact:

Detailed description of the item and why we are doing it. This can be a separate attachment.

Per Chapter 30 of the Denver Revised Municipal Code, a Landmark designation application for the Tilden School for Teaching Health Historic District was signed and submitted by former City Councilmember Rafael Espinoza. The proposed historic district, which is at the intersection of Grove Street and Fairview Place, encompasses three primary structures - the Administration Building/Bosler House (3209 West Fairview Place), the Patient Apartments (3279 Grove Street), and the Main Building (3249 Fairview Place) - as well as three accessory structures.

 

The designation process was started by property owners and members of the community. Over the course of the last 18 months, they held a series of outreach and community meetings. Prior to submission of the application, the property owners of 3209 West Fairview Place and 3279 Grove Street as well as the HOA President for 3249 Fairview Place signed forms consenting to the Landmark designation application. 

 

On November 5th, the Landmark Preservation Commission reviewed the application, recommended approval, and forwarded it to City Council. On November 6th, Denver Planning Board reviewed the application and recommended approval.

 

As this application was submitted prior to October 31, 2019, it is reviewed under the previous Landmark designation criteria.

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Draft Bill Attached?