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PHASING OF ELIGIBLE COSTS

AND IMPROVEMENTS

SECTION

PHASE I

NEIGHBORHOOD

SITE CONNECTIVITY,

RIVER EDGE, COM-

PLEX ACCESS AND

STOCKYARDS

National Western Center

· Stockyards Auction and Show Arenas

· Stockyards Event Pavilion/Outdoor Event Space

· 51st Avenue and river bridge

· Bettie Cram Drive between Washington Street and

National Western Drive and river bridge

· National Western Drive (new)

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· Temporary NWD connection from Bettie Cram Drive

to 46th Avenue

· 49th Avenue between Brighton Boulevard and

High Street

· Temporary access to existing stockyards during

construction

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Phase I – Neighborhood Connectivity, River Edge

Access and Stockyards

Brighton Blvd.

47th Ave.

I-70

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S.Platte River

Temporary Surface

Parking

FACILITIES

• Stockyards Auction and Show Arenas

• Stockyards Event Pavilion/Outdoor Event

Space

STREETS

• 51st Avenue and river bridge

• Bettie Cram Drive between Washington

Street and National Western Drive and

river bridge

• National Western Drive (new)

• Rail Consolidation (relocate off river)

• Temporary National Western Drive

connection from Bettie Cram Drive to 46th

Avenue

• 49th Avenue between Brighton Boulevard

and High Street

• Temporary access to existing stockyards

during construction

OTHER SITE ELEMENTS

• River edge on ea t side

• Property purchase and t mporary surface

parking at New Arena site

• New shared use/TOD parking structure

at DPS site with retail TOD, temporary

NWCC/CSU Welcome center with interim

surface parking

• Storm sewer improvements

• Bury or move Delgany Interceptors

CONSTRUCTION DURATION

• 18-24 months*

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

• Water Resources Center could be built at

any time. Earthwork and site preparation

would occur in Phase 1.

• All schedules are dependent on success-

ful land acquisition and rail consolidation