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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

Oak Street

Site Vicinity Map Colfax Avenue Kipling Street

Simms Street 6th Avenue

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The current land use on the site is light industrial on the west side of Oak Street, retail on the south side of Colfax Ave., and residential to the east side of Oak St. The land value is under appreciated in both the retail and residential sections of the site. Once the light rail comes through, these homes and retail shopping areas will have great value due to the close proximity to the light rail station.

Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue The intensity of the sun increases as it moves from east to west across the sky. The strategy is to utalize the suns energy through PV panels on the roofs in order to decrease energy demand.

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Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The views to the west are the best from the site because of the mountains in the distance. There are also great views to the southern part of the site because it looks out onto Sunset Park. The views to the east and north are good, but not great since the current land use is poor. The views to the south east are good, but they get better as you rise in elevation. So the strategy is to have a buffer of medium density residential and office buildings on the south east side, and more single family residential to the south so that there is a connection to Sunset Park.

Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

Oak Street

There is a heavy flow of vehicular and pedestrian traffic on Colfax Avenue. The density of vehicular traffic decreases as you travel along Oak Street. Additionally, the flow of vehicular traffic is further decreased along Nelson Street and as you travel in the eastwest direction in the residential areas, the density of vehicular traffic is minimized. There is little to no pedestrian circulation within the existing site. The strategy is to slow down the traffic traveling on Oak St. in order to make it more pedestrian friendly. Since there is a lot of traffic along Colfax, the idea is to have retail near the street in order to pull people into the site.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The existing access to the site is mainly from Oak Street on the north and south side of the site. There is additional secondary access to the site from the streets running east-west , including 14th Place, 13th Avenue, 12th Place, and 12th Avenue. The strategy is to increase the amount of access points into the site, but to organize them into primary, secondary, and tertiary access nodes so that people understand where they are in relation to other sections of the site. Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

Oak Street

The existing circulation on the site runs parallel with the streets and sidewalks. There is little to no pedestrian circulation along Oak Street due to the narrow sidewalks and the heavier flow of vehicular traffic. Pedestrian circulation is mainly along Colfax Ave. with little internal pedestrian traffic within the existing neighborhoods. The strategy is to increase pedestrian friendliness throughout the site by narrowing streets and extending pedestrian paths north-south and east-west.

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Colfax Avenue There are high intensity power lines on the southern portion of the site, which run along the Gulch, as well as regular overhead power lines on the north side of the irrigation ditch. Connections to the power grid will happen from these sources. Nelson Street

Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The figure ground image shows the building footprints of the structures on the site. Much of the white space is parking with a good amount of undeveloped space directly in the center of the site. The strategy for the design is to minimize surface parking by possibly creating parking structures that can be shared by a variety of uses.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The flow of water on site is split along the irrigation canal on the high point of the site. The density of the water arrows correlates to the slope and speed at which water will travel in a particular area. The strategy for the site allows the steeper slopes to be taken up in elevation through smaller building footprints. So buildings such as row homes will be able to take up that slope easier then larger building footprints such as apartments and single family homes.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The existing park is Sunset Park on the southern part of the site and the open space in the middle is due to the lack of development on the site. This will change as the light rail development sweeps through this corridor. The strategy will be to incorporate open space throughout the site so that the majority of the buildings will be able to view greenery.

Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The existing wildlife corridor occurs along the southern part of the site where Sunset Park is located. Due to the lack of open space on the site, there is little to no wildlife aside from Sunset Park. The strategy will be to incorporate open space throughout the site in order increase wildlife habitat and diversity. Increasing wildlife habitat will also be accomplished through the use of green roofs.

Oak Street

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This image shows the relationship between the retail and the medium density homes. The retail is closest to Colfax and it acts as a buffer to the residential that is behind it. This layout will be replicated in our site in order to have a buffer to the residential homes.

This image shows a gravel parking lot, and ideally this would be the same material for my site surface parking. This allows storm water to percolate to the ground, therefore reducing the amount of runoff water and it also improves the quality of runoff water.

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This image shows a drainage swale with drought tolerant vegetation, and it performs similar to a rain garden in that it reduces the volume of storm water during an event. I imagine a similar system in our site, along the bike/pedestrian trails in order to maximize functionality of the open space.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The initial concept for the site is to fingers of open space throughout the site in order to make it more pedestrian friendly. There will be retail anchoring the norther portion of the site and residential on the southern portion with office space and medium density housing buffering the industrial to the east and the light rail corridor. In order to make the site more pedestrian friendly, a bridge will cross over from the south side of the tracks to the north side at the light rail station.

Oak Street

LEGEND Single Family Homes Multi-Family Homes High Density Apartments Retail/Commercial Office Space RTD Parking RTD Station Open Space/Parks Pedestrian Bridge

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The primary access to the site is driven mainly from Colfax so that there are three areas in which drivers can pull into the site. The secondary access is on Oak St. directly to the southern most portion of the site, which allows for site access from 6th Ave.. Finally, the tertiary access nodes within the site are for access to the retail, office and residential sections.

Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The proposed vehicular traffic for the site would have two way traffic running northsouth as well as east-west, with the exception of one way traffic around a boulevard of green space on the south side of the site within the residential areas. Although there is two way traffic, the streets are narrow to reduce speed and increase pedestrian friendliness.

Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue The proposed pedestrian traffic for the site would run parallel to the adjacent streets with wide sidewalks that encourage more pedestrian circulation.

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Colfax Avenue The proposed bike circulation would be similar to the pedestrian circulation. The bike paths would be in the drainage open space areas so that the land is optimized with multiple functions.

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Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue The proposed drainage for the site will direct storm water from the buildings to the open spaces in order to maximize functionality and optimize land usage.

Nelson Street

Oak Street

LEGEND Water Direction of water drainage

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Colfax Avenue The proposed open space and parks would run like fingers of greenery throughout the site. This would allow a majority of the people within the site to easily view and access this green space.

Nelson Street

Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue The proposed wildlife corridor would begin to extend from Sunset Park on the southern part of the site up north to Colfax. The wildlife habitats would be further enhanced by the addition of green roofs on the sites buildings.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

Oak Street

The mixed-use and retail sectors are placed along Colfax in order create a buffer to the residential section. The retail is organized so that it creates a main street atmosphere with wide sidewalks and onstreet parking. The buildings are organized so that parking is in the center with pedestrian circulation around the perimeter of the buildings. Ideally once RTD ridership increases, the surface parking would then turn into a parking structure and more retail would take its place and therefore, further reinforce the main street atmosphere.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The office complex is oriented on the south side of the Light rail tracks and has its own parking lot directly to the east of the building. There is an interior courtyard so that the majority of the people can have views onto green space. The office complex is only a one-story building so that the height doesn't restrict views to the mountains.

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Colfax Avenue The high density piggyback lofts are located directly across the street on 14 St. so that the families can walk to the grocery store. The piggyback lofts are also located on flater land so that construction costs are minimized. The families of the piggyback lofts are also close to local retail shop and restaurants.

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Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The medium density live/work homes are located close to the mixed-use section so that they are within walking distance to local shops and restaurants. This location is also ideal for it’s very close proximity to the light rail station, increasing the likelihood of their clients using public transportation.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The medium density row homes are located also on the southern part of the site in between the single family residential and the existing light industrial to the west. The orientation of the row homes allows the sites slope to be taken up gradually between the homes and it allows for solar panels to be an option for energy generation. The placement of the row homes act as a sound and visual buffer for the single family homes to the east.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The single family residential homes are located close to Sunset Park and along a boulevard of green space in order to maximize land value. There are pedestrian paths within the green space boulevard in order to encourage alternate forms of transportation to and from the single family residential section. This layout of homes also allows the majority of homes to open out onto green space.

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Colfax Avenue

Nelson Street

The light rail station is situated on the site so that it is centrally located and in close proximity to the adjacent land use. The RTD parking is organized so that users of the parking lot will be tempted to walk by the local mixed-use buildings and potentially increase retail sales. Furthermore, once RTD ridership increases, the surface parking will change into a parking structure more mixed-use and retail space would be taken up on the ends, which further enhances the main street atmosphere. Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue The service corridors for the most part are located in between buildings and shared in order to decrease the amount of space dedicated to service alleys. In addition, the service corridors are easily accessible by the adjacent buildings and accessible for the waste management trucks. Nelson Street

Oak Street

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Colfax Avenue The parking spaces are located in the center of the adjacent buildings so that the perimeter is pedestrian friendly and it also creates a main street atmosphere.

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160 Parking Spaces Nelson Street

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Oak Street

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Mixed-Use Floorplan Sizes A = 4,500 s.f., B = 3,780 s.f., C = 4,680 s.f. D = 4,591 s.f.

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Land Use Summary Land Use

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73 - Single Family Homes

5.28 Acres

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12%

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1.20 Acres

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3%

87 - Medium Density Row Homes

3.36 Acres

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7%

6 - High Density Apartments (72 Lofts)

3.27 Acres

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7%

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6.09 Acres

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