Denver (AP)-- A property owner is contesting a proposal to
restrict building construction that would block the views of the
rocky mountains from Coors Field.
An attorney for focus property group says her client owns 50,000
square feet that would be affected by the proposal and that the
property value would diminish because buildings would be limited to
being 70 feet high.
Buildings in an area west of coors field can currently be as high as 140 feet.
A Denver City Council committee gave initial approval to the proposal wednesday and will now be considered by the full council on july 20.
The metropolitan major league baseball stadium district, which
owns the stadium, has said the impact of the ordinance would be
minimal because there is not much property left to develop in the
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