“Neighborhood placemaking,” are Amy’s words to describe what she and her team have done in the Riverfront Park neighborhood of Denver and The Landmark development in Greenwood Village. These two developments have created a contagious, positive spirit that gives everyone who lives there, or even visits, a true sense of place. Prior to leading the revitalization of The Landmark, Amy helped to create the Riverfront Park community and the Union Station redevelopment.
Deeply committed to the arts and responsible land development through her charitable involvement, Amy is committed to creating inspiring places to live. When she is not working on the community projects, she is creating Denver’s first commuter bike station, connecting youth with artists to plan and produce bodies of work, and fostering good stewardship in development through her involvement at the Urban Land Institute.