The Lowry Redevelopment Authority (LRA) is a quasi-governmental, nonprofit entity created by the cities of Denver and Aurora to redevelop the former Lowry Air Force Base. The LRA is the master developer of Lowry, with responsibility for land planning, engineering, environmental cleanup, parks construction and sale of property to residential and commercial developers. It has a board of directors and several committees.

Monty ForceExecutive Director Montgomery Force oversees site planning, infrastructure improvements, real estate sales, marketing and overall project administration. Force served as Deputy Director of the LRA from 1998 to 2009. Force has advised the City & County of Denver on Lowry and Stapleton redevelopment planning and transit-oriented development near Denver International Airport. He has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, cum laude, from the University of Houston, and a Juris Doctor from the University of Denver. He is a licensed attorney and active in the Association of Defense Communities.

Board of Directors

Appointed by the mayors of Denver and Aurora, the LRA board is comprised of community and business leaders in a variety of disciplines. See Upcoming Meetings for current meeting dates.

Roy Alexander
Retired Executive Director, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority
Housing consultant, Denver Office of Economic Development
Lowry Resident

Mark Betchey
National Program Manager, Informatica Public Sector
Lowry Resident

Derek Camunez
Realtor, Re/Max Avenues
Lowry Resident

Steve Hutt
Executive Director, Denver Employees Retirement Plan

Lindy Eichenbaum Lent
President/CEO, Rose Community Foundation
Lowry Resident

Gayle Jetchick
Executive Director, Havana Business Improvement District - Aurora

Rachel Neumann
Communications Consultant
Lowry Resident

Brad Pierce
Self-employed Paralegal
Aurora City Council Member at Large

Ann Torgerson
Realtor, Cherry Creek Properties, LLC
Lowry Resident

Community Advisory Committee

Appointed by the mayors of Denver and Aurora, the CAC is comprised of residents living in Lowry and surrounding neighborhoods. It reviews development proposals and advises the LRA board on potential community impacts. The CAC meets the first Tuesday of the month, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. See Upcoming Meetings for current dates and locations.

Planning/Disposition Subcommittee

Comprised of board and CAC members, the Planning Subcommittee reviews proposed development plans for compliance with the Lowry Reuse Plan and Buckley Annex Redevelopment Plan guiding principles. The committee meets on an as-needed basis; see Upcoming Meetings for current dates and locations.

Design Review Committee

The Boulevard One Design Review Committee (BDRC) is coordinated by the LRA on behalf of the Boulevard One Community Association (BOCA) and is comprised of local architects, LRA staff, and Lowry residents. They review proposed building designs for compliance with the Boulevard One Design Guidelines and Community Rules and Procedures. The BDRC meets the first and third Thursday of the month. See Upcoming Meetings for current dates and locations.