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In Denver, innovation never stops. With billions of dollars in city infrastructure updates underway, The Mile High City is investing in the future. Check out our video series below to see how Denver is working hard to be the best meeting destination in the country...and beyond! Contact us for more information.
On the final episode of Coming Soon: Denver, the Blue Bear and the Colorado Convention Center battle the evil forces of mundane meetings with superpowers around every corner. A bustling building in the heart of downtown. A massive masterpiece of over two million square feet. And soon to have an 80,000 square foot ballroom, the largest in Colorado. Plus, shooting into the sky, a new 20,000 square foot rooftop terrace with incredible mountain views. Meeting planners, it’s your turn to plan the perfect meeting, and become the hero The Mile High City needs. Good luck!
Greetings, meeting planners. The 16th Street Mall, alias: the Backbone of Downtown, is undergoing a massive renovation. Today, the Mall connects visitors to more than 11,000 downtown hotel rooms and more than 300 shops and restaurants. But coming in 2024, a $150 million renovation will add:
Denver has several new creative spaces for your next event. Some of them are bigger. Some of them are smaller. All of them require your attention.
When it comes to planning your next big meeting, Denver has so many places to meet and rest your head. Just try and get them off your mind! With 11,000 rooms across a compact, walkable downtown and brilliant restaurants around every corner, this city really knows how to make everyone feel welcome.
One of the top airports in the U.S. (according to Skytrax!), DEN is getting even better. An expansion bringing 39 new gates, and additional flights, means Denver will be more accessible than ever!
Denver International Airport (DEN) is building 39 new gates and increasing overall capacity at the airport by 30 percent. The new gates will be added on all three concourses to allow DEN’s airlines an opportunity to grow and for DEN to accommodate new airlines, including more international carriers. The project will be completed by 2022.