What began in 2012 with Denver Mayor Hancock's commitment to keep the Stock Show in Denver, is now also a transformational redevelopment that is exceeding our expectations. This work to rebuild North Denver will create robust business and industry opportunities, both economic and social, and provide 100 years of regional and state benefits.
The National Western Center Master Plan, adopted by City Council in 2015, outlined eight phases for the completion of the campus. In order to continue our commitment to residents, maintain industry momentum, and maximize opportunities and efficiencies across all eight phases of redevelopment, the City of Denver looking for a development partner to build out the remaining phases of the campus to complete the vision of the National Western Center (NWC).
The Office of Performance Based Infrastructure is procuring the National Western Center "Triangle" Project as a hybrid design, build, finance, operate, maintain public-private partnership. The Triangle Project is expected to consist of: the design, construction, and financing of a new approximately 10,000 seat arena, expo hall, rehabilitation of the historic 1909 Building and other public infrastructure; long term operations, event programming, and maintenance of the public facilities; and fully-integrates market real estate development on the remainder of the Triangle with the City of Denver and the NWC Authority.