The following is an update on the Streets at SouthGlenn. The second community meeting about the potential redevelopment is not yet scheduled. With the holidays approaching a meeting will not take place the week of Thanksgiving. If a December meeting becomes an option, it will be scheduled early in the month. The City will notify the public when it is scheduled, which will be at least two weeks before the meeting date.
The City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission will not hold a public hearing for a land use application concerning the Streets at SouthGlenn this calendar year.
Thank you for your patience. Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send an e-newsletter when the second community meeting is scheduled.
The Streets at SouthGlenn is a mixed-use center that includes shopping, dining, living and working options that serve the neighborhood, the City, and the region. It is located at the southwest corner of Arapahoe Road and University Boulevard in Council District 1 of the City of Centennial. The site of the former Southglenn Mall went through a major redevelopment between 2006 and 2009 to become what we now know as The Streets at SouthGlenn.
The owner-developers of The Streets at SouthGlenn, Alberta Development Partners and Northwood Investors, are considering changes to the Master Development Plan (MDP) to allow for additional redevelopment which may include retail, residential, office, and entertainment uses. The proposed changes only affect the farthest north and south areas of the center including the location of the Sears and Macy’s buildings. The majority of The Streets at SouthGlenn would remain the same.
In 2006, the City entered into an agreement, called a Master Development Agreement (MDA), with the developer to establish the process by which the Southglenn Mall was redeveloped. The MDA required a submittal of a MDP that established the zoning and rules of what was allowed to be built. The City approved the original MDP for the Streets at SouthGlenn simultaneously with the MDA in 2006.
Major amendments to the approved MDP (as defined by the MDA) must go to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council for consideration.
A formal application has not been submitted to the City. Additional information on the review process may be found below.
View the detailed Review Process & Timeline here.
Frequently Asked Questions
The City has compiled a list of frequently asked questions received from residents about the potential changes to the Streets at SouthGlenn MDP. These will be updated as we receive additional questions and as more information becomes available.
Ways To Be Involved
The City believes it is important to keep the community informed about the potential changes to the Streets at SouthGlenn MDP. You are welcome to ask questions and submit your comments to email@example.com. Sign up for e-Newsletter Updates on the City's Notifications web page.
Your questions/comments will be shared with the owner-developer, city staff, Planning and Zoning Commission, and City Council. Additionally, we will use your questions/comments to assist us in updating the frequently asked questions about the project.
Residents have the opportunity to provide feedback during two community meetings. The first was on March 19, 2019. The second meeting has not yet been scheduled, but is anticipated to take place in fall 2019.
Residents are also welcome to attend the public hearings before the City’s Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. These meetings have not yet been scheduled, but are anticipated to take place in late 2019.
The owner-developers presented their vision for The Streets at SouthGlenn to City Council at the January 7, 2019 City Council Study Session. View the presentation here. Click on item #13a. The presentation was informational only. No formal request was made, and no decision was made.
City Staff gave a presentation at the District 1 meeting on April 29, 2019 about the process for redevelopment at The Streets at SouthGlenn. This was not a Community Meeting and the owner-developers were not present. View the presentation here.
Archive of Documents
Click here to view all relevant documents to The Streets at SouthGlenn redevelopment.