A brick wall facade constructed outside The Real World Denver house may have been constructed illegally, and the city could force the show to remove it.
A memo obtained by CBS 4 in Denver says, “The Lower Downtown Design Review Board has found that … ‘Real World’ is in violation of … design and demolition review as they did not go through design review for demolition and construction of the brick wall. Please cite them…”
The show’s representatives will appear before the Lower Downtown Design Review Board on Thursday. However, CBS 4 reports that “the issue will most likely be resolved without fines” as “producers have been very apologetic about the illegal construction, calling it an oversight.”
However, as a result of this, CBS 4 “obtained blueprints that showed other renovations inside the building.” Get Real Denver has a screenshot of that blueprint, which shows that “[a] shuffleboard area was added along with a chat area, an office, gym, bedrooms, a basketball court, small pool, phone room and large areas for television production.”