Monday night, Denver City Council voted to approve major changes to the Denver Zoning Code that will curb the development of "slot homes" throughout Denver. Slot homes are boxy, multi-unit residential buildings arranged perpendicular to the street that often feel disconnected and out of place in many Denver neighborhoods.
The zoning changes approved by City Council stem from a year and a half of research, public outreach, and analysis by city planners and a volunteer task force. Read the final draft of the zoning text amendment on the Slot Homes website.
For a quick debrief of slot homes and what changed, check out this Denverite article.
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