CDOT is taking 367 parking spaces at Mile High Stadium to build a new HQ

Does parking for a Broncos game stress you out? Well, it’s about to get more competitive.

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The former Sports Authority Field at Mile High. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Sports Authority Field at Mile High. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Does parking for a Broncos game stress you out? Well, it’s about to get more competitive.

The Colorado Department of Transportation is going to build a new headquarters in the parking lot at Mile High Stadium, ABC 7 reports.

The Metropolitan Football Stadium District agreed to sell 2.9 acres of Lot M to CDOT yesterday. That means 367 spots will be lost until the new CDOT building is complete, with a 500-space parking structure.

The stadium already lost 200 spaces in Lot J in the construction of Mile High Monument, or as you probably know it, the mini Mile High.

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