Historic Landmark Status Application Price Goes Up In Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – The city of Denver is raising the price to apply for historic landmark status.

The current $250 fee will more than triple to $875. One of the reasons for the increase is to make it harder for people to request historic status on buildings they don’t own.

This summer a University of Colorado student tried to prevent the redevelopment of the old Gates Rubber Company building on Broadway in Denver by filing an application. That application was rejected.

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