In 2023, Boulder’s housing and city processes desperately need reform. Here are just two recent examples that highlight the problems.
“We do give way too much credence to people’s fears.” A conversation with Mark McIntyre, new Planning Board member
Mark McIntyre is one of three new Planning Board (PB) members appointed by the Boulder City Council in 2022. Born in Overland Park, Kansas, a
Proposed micro-units at 22nd and Pearl could add much-needed density and an option for minimalist living in downtown Boulder.
Important Recent Housing Projects Would be Prohibited under “Use Table” Changes to be Considered by Council Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022
Boulder plans to revise the rules regarding housing in areas zoned for industrial uses, with city council due to consider a proposal that would in
Proposed efficiency living units (ELUs) at Glenwood Place, plus underground parking, a central courtyard, and more
Boulder’s Planning Board will have a first look at an apartment and townhome redevelopment at 2747 Glenwood Place, just south of the 28th Street Safeway,
On Tuesday December 6, Boulder’s Planning Board will hold a Concept Plan review for a townhome development on the northeast corner of 28th Street and
At its November 17 meeting, Boulder City Council will consider annexation of the Boulder Valley School District campus at 6500 Arapahoe Rd. While the campus
This fall, Colorado residents will have the opportunity to vote on Proposition 123, officially called the “Dedicate State Income Tax Revenue to Fund Housing Projects
By BHN Editor Caitlin Ryan A re-designed housing proposal on Spruce Street between 26th and Folsom is back for a second round of Concept Review
Laura Kaplan, one of three new Planning Board members appointed by the Boulder City Council in 2022, has worked throughout her professional career with public