Denver

  • A depressed real estate market and shrinking job market threaten Denver’s future as one of America’s most desired places to live and work.
  • If foresight were 20/20, how would Denver look in 2020?
  • Red Fields to Green Fields will:
    • Double the size of Denver’s park system.
    • Add more than 30,000 new jobs.
    • Remove 6,650 acres of non-performing real estate from the South Platte River Corridor and transform Denver’s urban core.
    • Create a $3.98 billion economic impact.
    • Promote smart and sustained economic growth while enhancing the quality of life for Denver’s citizens.

 
 
 
 
 

Various factors threaten Denver’s future as one of the Country’s most desired places to live and work.

 
 
 

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National Research Project - Phase 1 Meeting

Atlanta, GA - January 19, 2010
Presenter: Scott Robson

 
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National Research Project - Phase One City Studies