Regarding Denver:
Principles for an Enduring City

Jul 14 2016
12:00 pm
CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
1250 14th Street
Denver, CO 80202
Tickets are $10 each

Regarding Denver:
Principles for an Enduring City

Urban Planning, Development, Architecture, Design Thinking, Community
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In 2015/2016 Historic Denver hosted a series of seven forums Regarding Denver (re:Denver), intended to explore how the city can retain its character, design quality, and unique identity during this tremendous period of growth. The Principles for an Enduring City are the summarized recommendations of those sessions, identifying the essence of our city and the values that can inform more authentic development. The principles also begin to suggest tools and tasks for the community, the city, and designers.

In this session, you will:
● Discover the essence, values, and identity of Denver.
● Walk through the 10 Principles for an Enduring City and view them in action.
● Explore character retention strategies during Denver’s growth.

Annie Robb Levinsky is the Executive Director of Historic Denver, Inc., a position she has held since 2009. Through her work at Historic Denver Annie seeks to inspire ideas and actions that support the city’s historic fabric and contribute to a vibrant and dynamic community with a unique identity. During her time with Historic Denver Annie created the award-winning Denver Story Trek program, co-chaired Doors Open Denver and launched Historic Denver’s re:Denver forum series, resulting in Historic Denver’s Principles for an Enduring City.