Mixed-Use, Transit-Oriented Development
Renews City’s Vision

Challenge

The City of Boulder and the Regional Transportation District (RTD) needed to accommodate rising transit ridership while taking advantage of an opportunity to increase mixed-use development.

Solution

The City partnered with a development team, including SEH architects, to design and build a complex, multi-use transit-oriented development (TOD) with a boutique hotel, affordable residences, pocket park, parking and public plaza.

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Features

  • Highly sustainable, walkable, mixed-use community
  • Includes affordable residences, boutique hotel, transit, retail, parking and public plaza
  • Six-gate BRT station for RTD
  • High density, mixed-use in accordance with the Boulder Junction vision
  • Active public spaces with direct connectivity to local open space and parks
  • Five-level, 400-car parking facility with shared parking for RTD, hotel, residences and retaiI
  • Interagency coordination with RTD and the City of Boulder
  • Affordable residences in partnership with Boulder Housing

Project
Depot Square at Boulder Junction

Location
Boulder, Colo.

Client
Pedersen Development Company

Services

  • Architecture
  • Land Use Planning
  • Entitlements
  • Transportation Planning
  • Community Engagement
  • Traffic Engineering