Real Estate Perspective

February 22, 2023

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Accessory Dwelling Units

Denver city planners are working with community members to look at how the Denver Zoning Code regulates Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s). This project will not rezone any properties. It will look at how ADUs are designed, how they fit in with different types of neighborhoods and block patterns, and how updates to the zoning code may reduce barriers to creating ADUs.  Accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, are self-contained, smaller living spaces that are an extension of an existing property. They are often called mother-in-law suites, granny flats, casitas, backyard cottages, garage apartments or basement apartments. An ADU has its own kitchen, bath and sleeping area, but is not considered a separate property that could be sold on its own. Planners encourage comments on draft recommendations at:

Denver Moves Everyone 2050

 Denver Moves Everyone 2050 is a citywide plan that will prioritize transportation improvements to improve travel and achieve Denverites’ vision and goals for a better transportation system.  Since Denver Moves Everyone 2050 started last summer, the city has heard from 10,200+ residents online and in person. Through these collective voices, we heard Denverites want a high-quality transportation system that is safe, equitable, sustainable and comfortable.  Now the plan has entered its fourth phase, where we are seeking public input on how we plan to spend our transportation dollars to help achieve Denver’s shared vision and goals in the short term. Visit  to view the draft plan of transportation improvements for the short term. Your feedback will inform how Denver prioritizes improvements to make travelling in your neighborhood and around the city better!


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