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The City and County of Denver’s Performance Based Infrastructure Office (PBI), in cooperation with
Globeville and Elyria-Swansea (GES) residents, community leaders and greater Denver neighbors, will
begin the public review process of the equity package for the Triangle project at National Western
Center (NWC) on May 6, 2020.
At the May 6 meeting, the PBI Office will provide an overview of the Triangle project, and work with
residents to review the process for the remainder of the meetings, which are scheduled to continue
through June 2020.
WHAT: Triangle project at NWC Equity Package: Public Review Introduction Meeting
WHEN: Wednesday May 6, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Online via Zoom, please register in advance for this meeting by clicking here or visiting
bit.ly/triangle-nwc. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about
joining the meeting.
About the Equity Package
The “equity package,” also known as Schedule 20 of the Triangle project draft request for proposal
(RFP), is a series of provisions that can directly benefit the local community. The equity package
currently includes requirements for affordable housing, small, Minority-and Women-Owned Business
Enterprise (M/WBE) contracting opportunities, workforce development, prevailing and livable wage
obligations, community support, public art, and design & placemaking.
About the Triangle Project
The Triangle is a 65-acre, triangle-shaped piece of land on the southeast side of the future National
Western Center campus. The project represents phases 3-8 of the National Western Center Master Plan
and will create a mix of uses to serve local neighborhoods, and create jobs over the next 30 years and
beyond. Through a public private partnership (“P3”), the City will select a developer to design, build,
finance, operate and maintain public City buildings within the Triangle including:
• restoration of the 1909 Stadium Arena and redesign into a new, public market;
• construction of an exposition hall;
• construction of a new, mid-size arena for the National Western Stock Show rodeos, concerts and
other year-round entertainment events; and
• environmental clean-up of parts of the site and construction of infrastructure to support and
connect the campus to surrounding neighborhoods.
The Triangle project will complete the NWC campus while helping to activate it with a mix of uses to
further serve local neighborhoods and create jobs. To read and comment on the draft RFP, and learn
more about the Triangle project at the National Western Center, visit the PBI website.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Celia Herrera, Community Outreach Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org – (720) 254-1542