By Jan Wondra
Greenwood Village City Council approved the second and final readings of two ordinances at its April 15 meeting, clearing the way for the construction of a new professional office building at 5351 Roslyn St., just north of the Landmark Center. The two new ordinances vacate an old cul-de-sac right-of-way on one corner of the property, and rezones it from B-1 to B-2 office use, which includes medical office space.
The Landmark Office Building will be a 31,000-square-foot office building and medical plaza. Its construction requires the demolition of the current building, which was left unfinished in 2005 and never occupied. Also included in the consent agenda vote, which was moved by Councilwoman Leslie Schulter and seconded by Councilman Tom Bishop, was an authorization for Mayor Ron Rakowsky to execute a Development Improvement Agreement for the site, to allow site development to begin.
Gary Rohr, CEO of Resolute Development, which owns the property, indicated at the March public hearing, during a City Council meeting, that construction could begin as early as this spring.
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