The Sears and Macy's buildings have been purchased by two separate developers who presented their proposed plans to City Council January 7, 2019. These are high-density rental residential, office and retail developments.
To see their presentation, click here for the meeting video.
Streets at Southglenn Community Meeting
Thank you to everyone that attended the community meeting for The Streets at SouthGlenn at the former Sears store March 19th. There were many questions regarding how to submit comments. Please encourage your community to send comments to Michael Gradis, Senior Planner at The City of Centennial at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the very large crowd at the community meeting it may have been difficult to see the pictures of proposed buildings and have conversations with representatives of the developers and City of Centennial. If you click here you can see and hear the presentation given to city council earlier this year. This presentation covers most of what was available to see at the meeting.
Note: An additional Community Meeting is being considered.
For City information on the Streets at Southglenn including the Regulating Plan, click here. The developers are asking for LDC and Regulating Plan changes.
A City webpage is available with information about the project at http://www.centennialco.gov/southglenn
The following amendments to the MDP have been requested:
Decrease the minimum required amount of retail from 909,815 to 500,000 square feet.
Currently there is 948,403 square feet of leasable retail area, including the Sears and Macy’s buildings which are approximately 305,000 square feet.
Increase the number of allowed residential units from 350 units to a total of 1,950 units.
Currently, there are 202 residential units within The Portola at SouthGlenn apartment building.
Modify the permitted height of the Sears parcel from 50 feet to 100 feet; and permitted height of the Macy’s parcel from 50 feet to 75 feet.