The Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District (BID)
The Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District (BID) is a public organization primarily funded by private commercial tax payers. The BID’s mission is to actively plan, manage and promote Cherry Creek North as a premier destination for shopping, dining, living, working and visiting.
The BID was established in 1989 as the first business improvement district in the state of Colorado. Three miles from downtown Denver, the BID’s boundaries extend 16-blocks from 1st Avenue to 3rd Avenue, and from University Boulevard to Steele Street.
The BID ensures that Cherry Creek North is a premier destination through day-to-day maintenance and operations, annual local and tourism marketing and advertising, merchant outreach, events including holidays, and initiatives. The BID offers several annual events and promotions that are favorites of our neighborhood: Denver Restaurant Week, Sidewalk Sales, Food and Wine celebration, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, and Winter Wanderland.
Nick LeMasters, President & CEO
The Cherry Creek North Business District (BID) president and CEO is charged with implementing at the Board’s strategic direction the BID’s plans to creatively plan, manage, and promote CCN as a premier live, work, shop/dine, stay destination including programs for marketing/communications/events; the design and maintenance of the BID’s streetscape; improvements to parking/mobility/economic development; and for advocacy with city government and other decision makers and stakeholders. Mr. LeMaster is a frequent speaker at our quarterly meetings to update our neighbors on current happenings and upcoming events and highlights.