Rail Critical to Further Office Growth in Southeast Corridor
What’s the outlook for Denver’s Southeast Corridor—not just in 2017 but for years to come? Rail. That was one of the conclusions reached at ULI’s TOD Marketplace event recently in Denver, as reported in the organization’s magazine, Urban Land.
Dan Guimond, principal of Economic & Planning Systems in Denver, said for FasTrack’s Southeast Corridor, “capacity for office is tied to rail” because I-25 cannot handle much more growth. The light rail line, open for 10 years now, has brought higher density and more mixed-use development to the established suburban business corridor.
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