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Westminster Station

A Transit-Oriented Redevelopment Project

Located just southeast of the historic core of the City of Westminster, the Westminster Station Transit Oriented Development (TOD) area is set to become the next new mixed-use urban neighborhood and regional destination in the Denver metropolitan area. The station area is advantageously located near US 36 and Federal Boulevard -- two major regional corridors in the Denver metropolitan area -- and is home to a Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) commuter rail station.

Area Details

The Station Area is located just south of key civic and historic landmarks in Westminster, including the Irving Street Park and Library, 73rd Avenue, and the historic Harris DeSpain School building. The southern portion of the station area includes the planned Little Dry Creek park and Open Space, which will be a major community and regional amenity, connecting the area to Westminster's extensive network of trails and open spaces, as well as the Denver region's open space.

Click here for link to Westminster Station Area Specific Plan

Commuter Rail Service

Beginning July 25, 2016, the B Line started providing non-stop service from Westminster Station to Denver Union Station in 11 minutes, seven days a week. Trains operate every 30 minutes during peak hours (6-9 a.m. and 3-6 p.m.) and 60 minutes during non-peak hours. Get B Line scheduling here.

Public Investment in the Westminster Station Area

Over $76 million in public improvements is being spent on the Westminster Station and Little Dry Creek projects. For a complete list of projects and their completion dates, click here.

Development in Nearby Area

The Adams County Housing Authority is moving forward a mixed-use project at the northwest corner of Federal Boulevard and 71st Avenue. The project features retail/office facing 71st Avenue and Federal Boulevard with 70 units of affordable (Low Income Housing Tax Credit) apartments above. The project began construction in early 2016.

Additionally, Brookfield is developing the highly successful MidTown project in unincorporated Adams County, one mile to the east at 68th Avenue/Pecos Street. The primarily residential new urban project has created heightened interest in south Westminster.

Contact Information

Jenni Grafton jgrafton@cityofwestminster.us or 303-658-2105
City of Westminster, Office of Economic Development

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Westminster Colorado Economic Development Office 4800 West 92nd Avenue Westminster, CO 80031