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Water Resources Center and

South Platte Riverfront

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Stockyards/Event Pavilion

CSU Equine Sports Medicine Clinic

Equestrian Center

Livestock Center

NWC Transit Station

Shared Use/TOD Parking Structure

Livestock Exchange

Building/Flex Space

Trade Show/Exhibition Hall

New Arena

CSU Center

Colorado Commons

Stadium Arena Market

Coliseum Redevelopment

Forney Transportation Museum

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Illustrative Master Plan

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Washington Street

Brighton Boulevard

I-70

South Platte River

Northside Park/Heron Pond

Globeville Landing Park

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Future Transit-Oriented

Development

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SCOPE INCLUDED IN THE RTA APPLICATION

While the entire program is slated to be built out over 10 or more years in eight phases, the elements listed in

red are included in this application for potential RTA funding:

• New Livestock Center and Stockyards/Events Pavilion

• New Equestrian Center including a CSU Equine Sports Medicine Facility

• Revitalized riverfront

• New infrastructure and connectivity to the North Denver neighborhoods and complex

• New Arena

• New Exposition Hall

• The CSU/Partner Center

• Public plaza spaces

• 1909 Stadium Arena repurposed as a year-round market

• New Water Resources Center

The livestock and equestrian centers are positioned to be the major tourist attractions and revenue drivers

of the updated complex. The expansion and development of these facilities will support an increase in

attendance at all of the other facilities, both existing and future.

• More and larger events will be hosted; events that now happen sequentially will happen simultaneously

with larger facilities.

• New equestrian and livestock events will draw more exhibitors to the trade-show events.

• New equestrian and livestock buildings will have space for expanded trade-show events – even before

the new expo hall is constructed in Phase 4.

• Expanded equestrian events will bring more clientele to the CSU Equestrian Sports Medicine Facility.

• Visitors to livestock and equestrian events may extend their stays to visit other site amenities, including

partner programs that CSU, History Colorado and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science will provide

provide.

Visionary: The intersection of tourism, trade, science and education

COMPLETE VISION FOR THE FUTURE

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