TOD Economic Analysis/Market Study RFP

TOD Economic Analysis/Market Study RFP

City and County of Denver, Dept. of Community Planning & Development

The market study will involve assessing the level of TOD that can be supported by the regional marketplace between now and 2030, taking into account both baseline market conditions and the likely impact of significant new transit investments and services throughout the Denver region.

The goal of the economic analysis and market study is to understand the regional and station specific potential for TOD. The project will help the City gauge the short- and long-term demand for TOD and, by so doing, better align station area plans with market realities and dynamics. Deliverables will assist the City in optimizing future development opportunities around new transit stations while creating sustainable, vibrant urban places.

The objectives of this TOD economic analysis and market study are to better understand the economic environment in which the City can plan for TOD, and to develop specific recommendations for the types and intensities of uses that are appropriate for the different station areas. Results will inform and guide the separate but concurrent TOD station area planning efforts.

For more information about TOD Planning in Denver, see

Related Link: Denver TOD Economic Analysis/Market Study RFP

For more information contact:

Chris Yake
City and County of Denver, Dept. of Community Planning & Development
201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept 209
CO 80202

Phone: 720 865 2973
Fax: 720 865 3056
Email: [email protected]

Posted August 2, 2006

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