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Major entertainment district coming to Coors Field with outdoors space, Rockies hall of fame and more

By: JOE RUBINO, The Denver Post
December 1, 2017 Updated: December 2, 2017 at 5:14 pm
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This mixed use project across from Coors Field would include a Rockies hall of fame, offices, residential units, and an audio visually equipped public plaza. (Rendering provided by Stantec)

Another downtown Denver parking lot will soon be plowed under to make way for a mixed-use development. This project has the potential to be particularly unique. It will have space for Dinger.

Stantec, a multi-national architectural design firm, this week released renderings of a forthcoming outdoor plaza complex it is designing on behalf of the Colorado Rockies. The structure, which is expected to include restaurants, offices, a hotel and residences revolving around a screen-laden public plaza, will rise where a parking lot now sits at 19th and Wazee streets. The project’s chief attraction, according to the designer, will be all about baseball: The Rockies’ team hall of fame.

A rendering of what the public plaza at the center of the multi-use project planned for the “West Lot” next door to Coors Field might look like. The Colorado Rockies are developing the project which will include the team’s hall of fame among other uses. (Rendering provided by Stantec) 

“The plaza is designed as a pre- and post-game gathering place for Rockies fans, complete with unique restaurants and state of the art audio and visual systems,” Stantec principal Larry Weeks said in a news release.

“Beyond baseball, the plaza will serve as Denver’s ‘outdoor room,’ a year-round space that can accommodate neighborhood concerts, festivals and other activities,” added the company’s senior principal Daniel Aizenman.

Read the full story at The Denver Post.

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