• Cemetery at York Street and Brighton
    Cemetery at York Street and Brighton
  • 35th and Brighton
    35th and Brighton
  • Warehouses at 31st and Brighton
    Warehouses at 31st and Brighton
  • Denver Fire Department - Station 9
    Denver Fire Department - Station 9
  • 35th and Brighton
    35th and Brighton

Brighton Boulevard Corridor Redevelopment

For years, Brighton Boulevard has been a short cut or back door into downtown Denver. The boulevard has also been home to many long standing businesses that enjoy its close proximity to I-70 and I-25. Brighton Blvd.’s location and current redevelopment efforts will turn this corridor into a main gateway to downtown Denver.

The project limits are along Brighton Boulevard from 29th Street to City limits on the north side of I-70. The plan will build on previous planning efforts to develop a vision for typical street crossings, including travel and turn lanes, curbs and medians and highlight its unique eclectic mix of old and new uses and building forms.

Brighton Blvd. will also enhance the City’s economic vision and create a return on investment. The corridor will not only link the neighborhood to DIA, it will stimulate reinvestment by making this an area of choice for people and businesses. This effort provides a great opportunity to build synergies and partnerships between public and private investment by encouraging innovative collaborations that will catalyze new development and create new riverfront open space.

The overarching vision and plan was completed in the first quarter of 2014 and provides property owners and developers a clear road map for the future development and infrastructure improvements along the corridor. Click here to review the Brighton Blvd. Redevelopment Project Phase II Final Report. 

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