•    Furnishings: Bike racks, trash and recycling receptacles, benches and seat walls, plus a district directory.
•    Lighting: New pedestrian and tree lighting and programmable LED lighting in the light blades and on the center canopy.

•    Shade: Twenty-four new deciduous canopy trees and a center canopy with a shade covering.

•    Parking: No curb cuts, and 10 parking spaces in the south half of the street, with a rolled curb.

The Cherry Creek North BID retained Design Workshop as the landscape architecture firm on the project, responsible for the overall design and coordination. Stantec/CommArts prepared the original concepts leading up to the successful bond election and the design of special features, including programmable light blades, shade structure, signing and the district’s signature streetlight.

Other project design team members included JVA Inc. (civil engineer), PBQA (lighting designer), Scanlon Szynskie Group (electrical engineer), HydroSystems-KDI Inc. (irrigation designer), Martin/Martin (structural engineer) and Fehr and Peers (transportation consultant). The program manager for the project was Nolte Vertical Five, and the general contractor was The Weitz Co.

Design and construction were funded by the Cherry Creek North BID through the sale of its own bonds—no city of Denver funds were used.