District 5 Councilwoman Mary Beth Susman will hold office hours on Thursday, May 16th..
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Once a working Air Force base, Lowry has been transformed into a sustainable, mixed-use community. Today, Lowry has about 4,500 homes and apartments, with approximately 9,500 residents. Lowry also has more than 140 employers who employ 8,000 people. With over 800 acres of open space, great restaurants, a Town Center with retail services, and a unique mix of cultural, educational and recreational treasures, the Lowry community has it all. Lowry residents have at their doorstep a historic aviation museum, a ballpark, an ice arena, a golf course, and a collection of public art projects. Plus, the action of downtown Denver and the Cherry Creek shopping district are just minutes away.
The total market value of all residential and nonresidential construction at Lowry is more than $1.5 billion.
From 1994 to 2005, Lowry generated a gross economic benefit of $5.7 billion for metro Denver.
Approximately $3.3 billion of that benefited the City and County of Denver, including $128 million in taxes and fees.