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Green Infrastructure

Conceptual Green Infrastructure Design for the Blake Street Transit-Oriented Development Site, City of Denver

The Blake Street transit-oriented development site is a 1.44-acre blighted infill site located a few miles north of downtown Denver and directly across the street from a planned transit station. This report describes how green infrastructure can be integrated into the Blake site, and provides a model for the integration of green infrastructure approaches into compact, transit-oriented development projects

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