Denver city planners have kicked off the planning process for the Interstate 25 and Broadway station area, one of the busiest transit stations in Denver and one of the city’s key transit-oriented development (TOD) sites.
When complete, the I-25 and Broadway station area plan
will provide a vision, strategies and transformative projects for the future of the area surrounding the station. it will also identify needs and make recommendations for infrastructure, mobility, parking, land use, open space, economic development, housing, partnerships and other cultural and community investments.
"TOD is more than just building structures around rail stations," says Brad Buchanan, executive director of Denver Community Planning and Development. "It is about creating transit communities around stations that mend the urban fabric more tightly together, making Denver a more seamless, multi-modal and vibrant community."
The area included in the planning process is bordered by Virginia and Arizona avenues and Logan and Jason Streets. It overlaps the West Washington Park, Baker, Platt Park, Overland Park< Ruby Hill and Athmar Park neighborhoods.
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