Bonds Approved to Fund Denver Airport Redevelopment
by Sarah J.F. BraleySeptember 26, 2012
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The Denver City Council on Monday gave Denver International Airport its approval to issue up to $1.35 billion in bonds to finance the South Terminal Redevelopment that currently is under way, according to the Denver Post. Construction on the $500 million project began last fall when traffic controls were installed on some of the facility's roadways. The East Corridor Light-Rail Line, which will run from Union Station in downtown Denver to the airport, is expected to begin in 2016. The project also includes construction of a 500-room Westin hotel connected to the terminal.