Another apartment complex has been proposed along RiNo’s Brighton Boulevard. Chicago-based McCaffery Interests submitted a concept plan to the city last week, proposing a 12-story, 175-unit building at 3510 Brighton Blvd. and 3509 Wynkoop St. The firm declined to comment. The ground floor would feature retail space along Brighton, and five “live/work” units along 35th Street. The second and third floors would be devoted to parking. There would be 170 residential units on floors four through 12, according to the plans. The 12th floor would also feature rooftop amenity space, including a pool. The project would take advantage of a zoning overlay district around RTD’s 38th and Blake rail station, which allows developers to build taller than zoning would normally allow in exchange for incorporating income-restricted units. The proposed project would require 13 such units, according to the plans. McCaffery is also a partner, along with Houston-based Hines and Ivanhoe … [Read more...] about 12-story apartment complex proposed for Brighton Boulevard in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood
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(CBS San Francisco) — Raising a child costs money… lots of money. Government estimates put the number at over $230,000 per child , not including college. And that figure can be much higher based on the local cost of living. The Child Tax Credit was put in place over two decades ago to lessen the financial burden. Parents and guardians of the approximately 66 million children in qualifying households are about to receive some more help from Uncle Sam. The American Rescue Plan, signed into law in March, raises the amount of the credit and changes how it’s implemented. The $1.9 trillion COVID relief package increases the Child Tax Credit from $2,000 to up to $3,600, depending on the child’s age and the family’s income. Qualifying parents will no longer have to wait for their tax refunds to see that money either. Payments will be issued on a monthly basis starting this summer. READ MORE: Stimulus Check Latest: Is A Fourth Relief Payment On The Way? How Will The Expanded Child … [Read more...] about Child Tax Credit: Parents Will Soon Get A Monthly Check, But For How Much?
The Biden administration will support a proposal to waive international patent protections for COVID-19 vaccines, according to a top administration official. U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai Katherine Tai Overnight Health Care: Biden backs COVID-19 vaccine patent waivers | Moderna reports positive early results for booster shots against COVID-19 variants | Federal judge vacates CDC's eviction moratorium Biden backs COVID-19 vaccine patent waivers Overnight Health Care: Biden sets goal of at least one shot to 70 percent of adults by July 4 | White House to shift how it distributes unallocated vaccines to states MORE said in a statement Wednesday that the "extraordinary circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic call for extraordinary measures." The U.S. will begin participating in World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations over the exact language of the waiver, which supporters say would make the details of vaccine production widely available and allow … [Read more...] about Biden backs COVID-19 vaccine patent waivers
GENEVA — France joined the United States on Thursday in supporting an easing of patent and other protections on COVID-19 vaccines that could help poorer countries get more doses and speed the end of the pandemic. While the backing from two countries with major drug makers is important, many obstacles remain. The move to support waiving intellectual property protections on vaccines under World Trade Organization rules marked a dramatic shift for the United States — and drew cheers from activists, complaints from Big Pharma, and a lot of questions about what comes next. Washington had previously lined up with many other developed nations opposed to the idea floated by India and South Africa in October. Attention is now turning to those richer nations, notably in the European Union — and France was the first to voice its support. “I completely favor this opening up of the intellectual property,” French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday on a visit to a vaccine center. But … [Read more...] about More support easing COVID-19 vaccine patent rules, but hurdles remain
The Biden administration is considering a near wholesale rollback of some of the most stringent Trump-era sanctions imposed on Iran in a bid to get the Islamic Republic to return to compliance with a landmark 2015 nuclear accord, according to current and former U.S. officials and others familiar with the matter. As indirect talks continue this week in Vienna to explore the possibility of reviving the nuclear deal, American officials have become increasingly expansive about what they might be prepared to offer Iran, which they say has been driving a hard line on sanctions relief, demanding that all U.S. penalties be removed. American officials have refused to discuss which sanctions are being considered for removal. But they have said they are open to lifting any sanctions that are inconsistent with the nuclear deal or that deny Iran the relief it would be entitled to should it return to compliance with the accord. Because of the complex nature of the sanctions’ architecture, that … [Read more...] about US Eyes Major Rollback in Iran Sanctions to Revive Nuke Deal