The five development and one transportation projects had the "most significant economic impact on the center city in 2016," according to a news release.
On Friday, you can grab donuts, coffee and swag at early-morning celebrations. But before that, we can look at what Denver's train to the plane has done so far.
The A Line rang in 2017 with ridership levels almost 18 percent below the current monthly average.
October and November saw declining A Line ridership figures, but in December, people started riding in greater numbers.
The G Line can't come online until the issues with the A and B Lines are fixed. And yet ...
The R Line isn't running any new exciting train technology, and so there are no delays anticipated for its Feb. 24 opening.
In November, RTD's train to the plane had roughly 36,000 fewer boardings this October.
The A Line will continue to operate past November 5.
Weekday ridership numbers rose. Those figures are more important to the overall health of the line since they reflect a pool of likely regular users.