DALLAS — Denver’s latest plan to build a long-delayed hotel at Denver International Airport would use revenue bonds to finance construction of the facility atop a planned commuter rail line at the south end of the landmark Jeppesen Terminal.

The city would hire famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava to design the hotel in a way that complements the terminal’s tent-roof theme.

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