What’s Old is New Again – How Union Station Redevelopment Will Transform Denver

  • Tuesday, April 08, 2014
  • 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Brown Palace 321 17th St.

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Click for an article in the March 26th edition of the Wall Street Journal about how the project was financed.

When Union Station was built in 1881, it revolutionized connectivity in Denver by uniting the four separate lines that then served Denver. Come May 2014, 133 years later, Union Station is poised to once again change not only how we move about, but what we move about.

The Union Station redevelopment will be the transportation hub for Denver, connecting communities in all directions. It has also sparked a new building boom in the LoDo, Highlands, Downtown, and other surrounding areas, introducing new office space, entertainment venues, retail, and restaurants, fundamentally changing how we interact with the city.

Kent Bagley sits on the Boards of the RTD and the Denver Union Station Project Authority, and is an expert urban planner.  He will share the vision of how Union Station will impact the city, its growth, and future.

More images can be found at www.denverunionstation.org

Kent Bagley was elected to the RTD Board of Directors on November 4, 2008 to serve a 4 year term. He represents District H, located in the southern portion of RTD and includes all of Cherry Hills Village and Columbine Valley, portions of western Centennial, most of Greenwood Village west of I-25, and the majority of Littleton, and portions of unincorporated Arapahoe and Douglas Counties (including nearly all of Highlands Ranch).

Director Bagley is an Urban Planner and Real Estate consultant with Bagley Development Consultants; his career has focused on urban and regional planning as both a public planner and private sector consultant. Many of the key issues he vigorously supports include economic development, transit oriented development and working with public officials to enhance their community’s economic prosperity. He is an advocate for including citizens in the planning process so they become stakeholders with ownership for decision making affecting their local communities.


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