The Regional Transportation District’s A Line just opened, creating a “Corridor of Opportunity” for catalytic residential and commercial real estate development. See CBRE Research’s ‘infographic” showing what’s happening along the corridor, where the built environment will continue to transform.
According to CBRE:
• RTD expects average ridership of 24,000 people on weekdays. There will be 4,329 parking spaces for commuters.
• In addition to the Corridor of Opportunity, the vision for Denver’s Aerotropolis includes 9,000 acres of commercial development to compete in this “globally networked speed-driven economy” with other major airports, including Amsterdam, Frankfort and Beijing.