Aurora waiving SIR rezoning fees through end of 2013

18 September 2012 | Posted in Denver Market, Green Building, Economic Development

The city of Aurora's new Sustainable Infill and Redevelopment (SIR) Zoning District recently established allows for creative approaches to sustainable development and redevelopment within high-profile, targeted areas of the city, ultimately resulting in business growth and expanded living choices.

To jumpstart the program, the city has decided to waive SIR rezoning fees through the end of 2013 within the strategic areas identified as SIR target areas in the city's Comprehensive Plan. Read more in an upcoming issue of the Colorado Real Estate Journal. 

Jennifer Hayes has been an editor with the CREJ since 2000. Jennifer solicits and edits bylined articles from lenders, attorneys, accountants, architects, engineers, contractors, brokers and other experts in fields related to Colorado's commercial real estate industry. She also covers all commercial real estate news for all property types in the Colorado Springs/Southern Front Range area, medical and senior living news, is editor of the Construction/Design/Engineering section and the Economic Development section and handles Who's News for the paper.

Before joining the Colorado Real Estate Journal, Jennifer served as the assistant sports information director at Texas A&M-Commerce. She earned her bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Colorado and a master's degree in education from A&M-Commerce.

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