If approved, their plan would bring the same scale of development to the Elitch Gardens area that we've already seen near Union Station and Brighton Boulevard.
Elitch Gardens first opened at its downtown Denver location on a cool May day in 1995
Revesco Properties broke ground earlier this year on a spot between Williams & Graham and Postino.
The owners of Elitch Gardens think added density nearby the Denver amusement park would be good.
Denver officials are expected to go over the survey results 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2 during a public meeting at the Webb Municipal Building.
There's still an opportunity for residents to weigh in what they'd like to see the future of the Central Platte Valley Auraria District look like.
This is your chance to use the force and help patch up an iconic slice of Denver history.
As the park put it, "Snow blows!"
Elitch's PR department says that, at the time of this writing, everything is go for the Gardens' opening day.
"Mega Wedgie" and "Star Flyer" are the two latest investments Elitch Gardens is making at its 70-acre amusement park.