It’s time to start building a new building in Riverdales newest memorial hall.
On Monday, the board of trustees approved the site of a new space at Memorial Union Hall in Riverdown, a community of about 1,500 people in northwest Denver that is home to a number of memorials.
The building, named the Riverdale Memorial Hall, will be the fifth of its kind in Denver.
Last year, the Board of Trustees voted unanimously to donate $1 million to the project.
The building will house a large auditorium, a large kitchen and a reception area, as well as an outdoor amphitheater and a new public art space.
It will be built on the former site of Memorial Union, which closed in 2007 and is currently the site for a proposed community center.
For the past five years, the project has been an underfunded endeavor, with the city paying for the site, but now the city will take over.
The first phase of the project, which will begin in 2021, will cost $5 million, with construction starting this summer and completed in 2023. “
The community has always been supportive of our efforts and we feel very lucky to have this opportunity to make a difference in the city of Riverdale.”
The first phase of the project, which will begin in 2021, will cost $5 million, with construction starting this summer and completed in 2023.
The $1.2 million cost of the second phase will be covered by private donors.
In addition to the memorials, the new building will also include a community room for community meetings and a community library.
The board also approved a resolution to move the city to purchase the building from the City of Denver and convert it into a Community Center.
That would cost $2 million.