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Neighbors for The Streets at SouthGlenn

CITIZEN SURVEY RESULTS

Survey Results

 

1. Community: Rank your first choice to your last choice:

Activity Center for youth, families and seniors

City-owned meeting space (boards/commissions, study,

regular city council meetings, etc.)

Fine arts and/or local history museum

2. Residential: Rank your first choice to your last choice:

Limited (no more than 200 unites and targeted at 55+)

Terraced away from existing homes

Height limit of 50' and 50' setback from existing homes

3. Outdoors: Rank your first choice to your last choice:

Small city-owned park designed for nearby residents

Plaza and water park

Amphitheater

4. Retail: Rank your first choice to your last choice:

Discount retail (e.g., small Target store)

Boutique/niche shops

Mid-scale restaurants (e.g., Los Dos Potrillos)

5. Entertainment: Rank your first choice to your last choice:

Dave & Busters

Professional Dinner Theater

Bowling

1

35 (63%)

9 (16%)

12 (21%)

1

38 (67%)

8 (14%)

11 (19%)

1

39 (70%)

8 (14%)

9 (16%)

1

15 (27%)

9 (16%)

31 (56%)

1

9 (21%)

31 (72%)

3 (7%)

2

13 (23%)

17 (30%)

26 (46%)

2

5 (9%)

20 (35%)

32 (56%)

2

9 (16%)

27 (48%)

20 (36%)

2

17 (31%)

20 (36%)

18 (33%)

2

13 (30%)

8 (19%)

22 (51%)

3

8 (14%)

30 (54%)

18 (32%)

3

14 (25%)

29 (51%)

14 (25%)

3

8 (14%)

21 (38%)

27 (48%)

3

23 (42%)

26 (47%)

6 (11%)

3

21 (49%)

4 (9%)

18 (42%)

6. Add one additional item not included (38 responses)

Dog park

Dog area for apartment dwellers only

Medical services

Community garden

Sufficient free and low cost meter parking lots

Indoor shooting range

No more than 400 apt. units total

Food hall/Avanti/Stanley Marketplace environment

Do not change zoning

Co-housing

Ensure the priority os our community

Something like the old Celebrity Sports Center

Super Target

Co-work environment

55+

Food and Retail floor built into the structure

Fully indoor multi-level shopping destination

Professional Dinner Theater

Speed bumps, roundabouts

Traffic impact in immediate area and surrounding areas

Library upgrade - arts enrichment bookstore, cafe, theater

Macy's

Walking bridge over University or Arapahoe to access parks

Limit of 200 units, with no target market

Performing arts theater with large stage

Retail: books, crafts, sports

Stanley Marketplace or Home Depot/Lowes

Indoor craft/artisans flea market

Tennis courts

We Work professional work space

Nature center/open space/park

One high-end restaurant

Stanley Marketplace or similar

Food commissary similar to Aventi

Roof top gardens

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