A sensible way to reach Northfield was an early casualty of budget-crunching. Since the development opened, the major access has been a circuitous, and confusing, route along Quebec Street.
But that starts changing today, when ground is broken for the Central Park Boulevard Interchange between Quebec and Havana streets, which will provide access both to the shopping development to the north and the Stapleton neighborhood to the south. The construction is funded by the Better Denver Bond Program and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act -- and this is one stimulus project that should really stimulate some business.
And at least save someone else from getting stuck on that "no-exit" I-270.