Next Steps

map of national western center site with triangle site outlined in orange

Future phases of the campus (“the Triangle”) are outlined in orange.


A 65-acre, triangle-shaped piece of land on the southeast side of the National Western Center represents the future and final phases (3 through 8) of campus construction, as outlined in the master plan.

Redevelopment of this land will involve the construction of new, public event venues and related assets to round out the National Western Center’s offerings, and is expected to create a mix of uses to support the center’s global mission, serve local neighborhoods, and create jobs over the next 30 years and beyond.

With construction of the first two phases of the campus already well underway, the City and County of Denver is working with the National Western Center partners to prioritize the remaining phases and buildings, and identify the best method for delivering them.

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