Boulder City Council Optimistic About 6-acre Reve Development
At a concept review Thursday night for the proposed Rêve development at 30th Street and Pearl Parkway, the Boulder City Council offered the project’s design team a heap of feedback but no indication that the plan is at risk of being rejected.
Rêve — which means “dream” in French — would include 250 housing units spread across four separate four- and five- story buildings, as well as more than 100,000 square feet of office space and another 24,000 square feet devoted to retail and dining.
Forty percent of the acreage would be open space, and planners say they’d make the irrigation ditch that splits the property a focal point.
“This has the potential to be a very good project,” Mayor Matt Appelbaum said. “It sure seems to me as if things have really been moving in a pretty exciting direction.”
Thursday’s hearing was a casual exchange of ideas, and no vote was taken.
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