If you are moving to Denver this cold winter, Commerce City and the re-developers of the former Mile High Greyhound Park dog track are asking local residents their opinion on what the plan should be in order to redevelop the 65-acre site located on Dahlia Street.
Two community meetings have been held in order to collect building ideas for the city and Real Estate Generation, in hopes of creating a master development agreement that will make residents happy.
Principal of Real Estate Generation Rick Wells says that, “We have assembled a great team with proven success and are thrilled to be able to work with the community as we take these next crucial steps in making the (Mile High Greyhound Park) vision a reality.”
Along with the community meetings, the city created preliminary design proposals based off of a feasibility study that they conducted. According to the Denver Post the proposals included: “a construction skills training campus, around 150 single-family homes, 250 rental units and up to 90,000 square feet of office space”.
If you are moving to Denver, the master redevelopment project is expected to take seven to 10 years, so voice your opinion on how your future city should redevelop the site so that you can enjoy whatever new complex comes to your new community.