The design for the South Terminal Redevelopment Program will both strengthen DIA's connection to the city’s urban core and turn the airport itself into a travel destination.
The South Terminal Redevelopment Program is made up of three independent, yet physically integrated projects, which include the design and construction of:
- A 519-room Westin hotel and conference center that will include a full-service restaurant, full gym and indoor pool uniquely situated in the saddle of the upper level of the hotel to maximize panoramic views of the mountains and the planes;
- A Public Transit Center that includes a Regional Transportation District (RTD) Aviation commuter rail station with trains making the 30-minute trip connecting the airport with Denver’s Union Station, and;
- A Public Plaza that will be Denver’s newest venue for programs and events where passengers and visitors can find entertainment, relaxation, art and restaurants.
Slated for completion in 2015, with the rail line opening in 2016, DIA’s South Terminal Redevelopment Program will serve as a catalyst for economic growth in the Denver metro region.
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Images From Different Perspectives
See the most current architectural renderings of the 519-room Westin hotel and convention center, and the public transit center rail station as
Video Animations of the South Terminal Redevelopment Program
The South Terminal Redevelopment Program includes a 519-room Westin Hotel and conference center that will sit atop a public transit center, which
The five-year, $544 million construction program will strengthen the airport’s connection to Denver’s urban core.
The South Terminal Redevelopment Program will complete the original vision of DIA, which includes adding a hotel and a Public Transit Center to house