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Three RiNo City Blocks Will Transform Into Restaurants, Bars, Retail, and a Music Venue

North Wynkoop should open in summer 2019

Westfield Company is developing 14 acres into a mixed-use entertainment venue on Brighton Boulevard
Works Progress Architecture and Oz Architecture

From the developer behind Stanley Marketplace, a new entertainment hub is coming to RiNo. By next summer, North Wynkoop will occupy three city blocks from 40th to 43rd Streets along Brighton Boulevard and Wynkoop Street.

At the site, restaurants, bars, and retail stores will fill 80,000 square feet of market hall space inside converted 1950s warehouse buildings. North Wynkoop’s anchor will be a 4,000-capacity music venue run by AEG Presents and called The Mission Ballroom. There also will be 90,000 square feet of office and additional retail space, a potential hotel, and residential units including market rate and affordable housing.

The first phase of construction, including the ballroom, market halls, and office spaces, is slated to open north of 41st Street along Brighton Boulevard and Wynkoop Street in summer 2019. The next phase will develop the remaining block south of 41st Street and should include residential and retail units.

North Wynkoop is calling itself “Denver’s new front door,” and the development hopes to attract “creatives across all industries,” according to a press release.

Entrance to the market hall at North Wynkoop
North Wynkoop [official photo]
Inside the market hall at North Wynkoop
North Wynkoop [official photo]

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