State subsidies sought for stock show complex

AURORA — Aurora and Denver have applied for more than $91 million in state subsidies to help build a huge hotel and stock-show facility in Aurora.

The money will be used to help Gaylord Entertainment build a hotel and conference center alongside the relocated National Western Stock Show.

The applicants said the $1 billion project can’t be developed without state incentives.

According to the Denver Post, Denver and Aurora are expected to enter into an agreement to share revenue from the project.



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