Representing one of the most significant Urban redevelopments in the United States, the Rivermile seeks to re-connect Denver to it’s river edge while providing a publicly focused, sustainable and walkable urban environment. Focussed on a approximately 3 acre central park and gathering space, the development seeks to create a thriving mixed-use urban district unlike any other. With approximately 15 million square feet of development, a variety of walkable experiences characterize the spaces between buildings and along the River’s edge.
All of the mile long river’s edge is publicly accessible, highlighted by pedestrian bridges over the South Platte River. Roads have been carefully designed as pedestrian first environments and all parking and loading is accommodated on building sites. Alan Boniface helped lead the project for Revesco in partnership with SAR of Denver.