The 16th Street Mall of 1982, when it opened, didn't really resemble the transitway and pedestrian strip we know today. A lot fewer bus shuttles ran up and down the street, and a lot fewer people walked it. The mall has to change to address Denver's growth. But 35 years later, it's still unclear exactly how.
The Downtown Denver Partnership, a business-oriented group that plays a major role in shaping the city’s urban center, announced its priorities for the upcoming year Wednesday morning. They included a “Downtown Loop” for people walking and biking, revamping the 16th Street Mall, and spurring walkable development in Arapahoe Square. The Partnership envisions a walking and […]