Then and Now: Denver rebuilds historical downtown pedestrian hub

Pedestrian malls took off across the United States in the 1960s and ’70s as city business districts sought to reverse the centrifugal force of Americans moving away from walkable urban cores toward car-centric, suburban shopping malls. Between the ’60s and ’80s, as many as 200 pedestrian malls were built. Of those, perhaps the most successful has been the 13-block 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver, which connects the Colorado State Capitol to what would later become the Mile High City’s warehouse district, Lower Downtown. The mall laid the foundation for a robust downtown that had been brutalized by urban

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