The Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center is “full speed ahead” on construction for Phases 1 & 2 of the capital build. As planning for future phases (aka The Triangle @ NWC) has been activated, we have had strong interest from industry. To allow a fair and competitive process, and one that respects proposers’ time and proprietary information, the Mayor’s Office and the developing Performance Based Infrastructure (PBI) Office have provided direction that the City will not be accepting unsolicited proposals for future phases of the campus.
Phases 3-8 (aka The Triangle) will complete the NWC campus and key assets. After nearly a year of research and planning, The City and County of Denver will release a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to industry March 1, 2019 for a development partner for The Triangle project.
“The Triangle will complete our commitment to environmental clean-up of the site, ensure the Stock Show remains in Denver and viable and will create jobs for the next 100 years.” said Mayor Hancock “We call upon industry to bring expertise and innovation as our partner to complete this campus.”
The redevelopment of the National Western Center is expected to draw over 1.1 million additional visitors annually as well as an estimated $100 million increase in annual visitor spending.
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