Mariposa Redevelopment Plan

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Mariposa Redevelopment Plan

Location: Denver, Colorado. Neighborhood, District, and Corridor

Drafted by Mithun, this plan seeks to develop a health- and transit-oriented neighborhood with a spectrum of affordable housing and mixed uses. Primary goals include tripling housing density; enabling walkable and bikable connections to adjacent neighborhoods, building a new community-focused bike-sharing station; and authentically engaging all community stakeholders. Open spaces are provided in each block of redevelopment, increasing pedestrian access to nature and complimenting green infrastructure improvements. The 8-phase redevelopment plan has attracted $40 million in federal funds and demonstrated local leadership and innovation through a health impact assessment, pilot greywater system and low impact design for stormwater management.

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Transect Zone(s): T4 general, T5 center.
Status: Groundbreaking
Project or Plan's Scale: Neighborhood
Features: Affordable/subsidized housing, Bus transit, Green buildings, Mixed uses, Rail/fixed guideway transit, Transit oriented development.
LEED-ND Certification: Gold
Land area (in acres): 17
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Residential types: Mid-rise/loft.
Project team designers: Mithun
Project team developers: N/A

Previous site status: Redevelopment

Starting/Ending date of construction/implementation: -