The Arvada Urban Renewal Authority has chosen Indianapolis‐based Buckingham Companies to handle the development of Ralston Creek North, a 14‐acre site formerly known as ‘the Arvada Triangle’. The development site is located within the Ralston Creek District in south central Arvada, a once popular retail and entertainment destination for community members. Over the years, the site has become run down, with many retailers shutting down their businesses. Formerly known as ‘the Triangle’, the Ralston Creek District is comprised of three major shopping centers built in the 1960s. Ralston Creek North is expected to become a highly popular destination for the citizens of Arvada, comprising both commercial and residential space. According to the Citizens for a Livable Ralston Community, the Buckingham Companies project proposal includes apartment buildings with underground parking, retail and entertainment facilities, as well as bike and pedestrian paths. The redevelopment site is in close proximity to the 20‐acre Ralston Creek Park and the 133‐acre Lutz/Stenger Sports Complex.​