Sense and sensibility
The proposed Cherry Creek apartment complex on Spring Street has raised the hackles of nearby residents who see the project as incompatible with a neighborhood of single-family homes. Their objection is understandable to a degree, but the city commission charged with reviewing the application was right to approve it.
The complex involves a series of buildings incorporating two-story, townhouse-style apartments and single-floor units. It would include a central lawn area, community gardens, a community center and two play areas for children. The project would include 100 apartment units, 163 off-street parking spaces and covered parking for 100 bicycles.
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