Proposed taxing district could help develop area north of RiNo

Author: Ramsey Scott - August 2, 2016 - Updated: July 31, 2016

A proposed development near the RiNo Art District in Denver is looking for the city to approve a metropolitan district to help pay for the almost $58 million in infrastructure and construction of parking for the project. The Midtown Metropolitan District would serve about 17 acres on Brighton Boulevard between 41st and 43rd Streets just south of the National Western Stock Show Complex if approved by City Council. The development, by Westfield Company along with other partners, would be a mixed-use project that included 500,000 square feet of office space, 125,000 square feet of retail, hotel and 600 total units of rental or for-sale apartments with about 100 being discounted “artists rental housing.”

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Ramsey Scott

Ramsey Scott

Ramsey Scott is a Legislative Reporter and Producer for The Colorado Statesman.