What Denver's New Building Code Means for Developers
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What Denver's New Building Code Means for Developers

Brownstein Podcast Series, April 20, 2023

Denver approved the International Building Code with some amendments in January 2023. For developers who relied on the city’s building code as it was written in 2019, this presents a dilemma. Which code applies to development projects in the middle of the approval process, and what changes are required to keep these projects moving? Tune in as shareholders Zach Siegel and Blair Lichtenfels break down how the perpetual motion of development could complicate compliance with the new code, the details of the city’s transition policy and how developers can navigate the change and its impacts.

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