ULI Colorado 2017 Denver Metro Area Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) Funding Application

Through a $10,000 grant in funding from DRCOG, ULI Colorado is accepting requests from applicants including public agencies, nonprofits, and institutions (or private entities working in a public-private partnership) seeking a Technical Advisory Panel (TAP). The DRCOG grant will reduce the cost of a TAP to two sponsoring communities by $5,000, or 33 percent, with the potential for additional matches to reduce cost to the primary sponsor. 

This TAP may support projects at different phases of implementation and may include a new project, advance a conceived project not yet implemented, or examine vacant land with no established direction for development. The TAP study may include a wide range of strategic findings and recommendations, including conceptual design, feasibility analysis, strategic planning or implementation recommendations.

We look forward to reviewing your applications!
This is the online application for ULI Colorado's 2017 Denver Metro Area Technical Advisory Panels. Be sure to have the pdf file of the DRCOG Request for Applications accessible throughout the application process, and refer to it for examples of narrative content and applicant selection criteria. Please contact Marianne Eppig, Manager of ULI Colorado, with any questions at marianne.eppig@uli.org.

Each application must be accompanied by:

A partnership or letter of support from a planning agency with direct jurisdictional oversight. Email the letter to Marianne.Eppig@uli.org and type "yes" below to confirm that you have emailed the letter. *

A letter of support from an elected or public official.  Email the letter to Marianne.Eppig@uli.org and type "yes" below to confirm that you have emailed the letter. *

A non-binding applicant pledge of $10,000 to co-fund the TAP study (can be shared with a co-sponsor or agency).  Email the pledge in pdf form to Marianne.Eppig@uli.org and type "yes" below to confirm that you have emailed the pledge. *

What site or district would this TAP focus on and what is the main problem you would like the ULI panel to address? (Limit 250 words) *

Please include a Problem Statement that succinctly defines challenges to development/redevelopment in the area and provide five to seven specific questions for the panel to answer. Any site or district located in a DRCOG community is eligible. Preference will be given to sites and districts that pose both the greatest challenges to redevelopment and the greatest potential benefit if they could be redeveloped. Typical ULI study sites include underperforming retail areas, vacant buildings, and downtown or other commercial districts.
What is the current vision for this site or district? (Limit 200 words) *

What is the current thinking about what needs to occur to realize this vision? (Limit 200 words) *

What has occurred there recently (past 5 years)? Describe relevant planning processes, and how the needs of community members were addressed. (Limit 200 words) *

What are the area's demographics and key market indicators (median household income, housing prices for-sale and for-rent, employment figures). (Limit 200 words) *

Please upload a scope of work and project narrative for the proposed TAP site. *

Please see the DRCOG Request for Applications for more information about what to include in the scope-of-work proposal and project narrative (see also Appendix A).
Thank you for applying to participate in a ULI Colorado Technical Advisory Panel! 

For more information, please visit: http://colorado.uli.org/uli-in-action/technical-advisory-panels-taps/

For questions or to get more information, please email Marianne Eppig at marianne.eppig@uli.org. Thank you!
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