City Council Hearing: Sept. 13, 2022

City Council unanimously approved the zoning-related plans (PUD Plan, Final Plat, and a Comprehensive Plan land use map amendment) for the Broomfield Town Square development. These approvals establish a board framework for the future town square. The approval was made following:

  • A detailed updated presentation by the developer which included density concessions
  • A large turnout of support by the community
  • Careful deliberation in two hearings on May 24 and Sept. 13

The Broomfield Town Square Alliance (the master developer) offered to reduce the number of residential units by 175 to a new maximum buildout of 643 residential units. All units would occur north of E. 1st Avenue. The plans also approved up to 187,000 sqft of commercial development including the redevelopment of the former Safeway site as a market hall.

View the developer’s presentation to City Council

Watch the recording of the hearing (scroll to agenda item 11.a for the town square hearing)

Next steps: The Broomfield Town Square Alliance will resume work on the site-specific development plans and technical studies currently in the development review process.

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Broomfield Town Square approved! On Sept. 13, 2023 Broomfield City Council and BURA approved the Site Development Plan for the Broomfield Town Square. Moving forward, construction and project updates will be found on the developer’s website: Broomfield Town Square Alliance website.

You can learn more about the history of this project, including how community input shaped the guiding principles of this development, by reading below. Additional information about the Concept Review can be found on the Broomfield Town Square Concept page.

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