Welcome to the BMP Metropolitan District No. 1 Dakota Outfall Project
The Dakota Outfall Project is a public private partnership (P3) civil infrastructure project that replaces miles of aging utilities and installs a new storm water outfall from Virginia Avenue and Lincoln Streets to the South Platte River. It relieves flooding pressure from the West Washington Park neighborhood and portions of the area near South Broadway. The project represents the early phase of future development in the Denver Design District’s General Development Plan Area, and will create greater connectivity from surrounding neighborhoods to RTD’s Alameda Station - a planned Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) that includes residential units, retail and dining, as well as common areas for light recreation and urban leisure.
Overview - The Dakota Outfall Project is scheduled to be complete by Fall of 2014. The project will generally be constructed from west to east.
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