Westminster, Colo. – The plan calls for a high-density, urban development with residential, commercial, retail and other uses.
Westminster, Colo. – The City of Westminster, the Westminster Economic Development Authority (WEDA) and San Diego-based OliverMcMillan have entered into an exclusive agreement to redevelop the 105-acre site of the former Westminster Mall. The property was acquired by WEDA over the past five years. WEDA has established the framework for the site's master plan, which features multiple phases of development. The plan calls for a high-density, urban development with residential, commercial, retail and other uses. The project will also have a public realm that includes parks, a landscaped boulevard traversing the property from north to south and a walkable/bikeable design that is pedestrian-friendly. City Council votes on the official development plan will likely occur this fall.
— Scott Reid