By John Aguilar, The Denver Post | After more than 20 years of planning, a revolving door of developers, lawsuits and protests, Glendale is set to break ground this fall on a $150 million entertainment-focused project on the banks of Cherry Creek.
The Glendale City Council on Wednesday approved the 10-acre project — formerly dubbed Glendale 180 and now called the Glendale Entertainment District — at the corner of South Colorado Boulevard and East Virginia Avenue through a redevelopment agreement with Denver-based Central Street Capital.
The project will feature an array of restaurants and entertainment options, including a 40,000-square-foot concert venue, a movie theater, an app-based sportsbook gaming hall, pubs, rooftop bars, nightclubs and a 200-room resort hotel.
The Glendale Entertainment District will be a common consumption area, where patrons can walk around with adult drinks, and alcohol will be served until 4 a.m.
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The Glendale Entertainment District is expected to open in late 2023.
By John Aguilar | firstname.lastname@example.org | The Denver Post
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Photo: A rendering of the Glendale Entertainment District, a 10-acre redevelopment project on the bank of Cherry Creek in Glendale. The city approved the project this week and it’s expected to break ground in the fall.