Denver Union Station

Denver
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Visualization © Sponge Production, courtesy of SOM
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Architects
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Location
Denver
Year
2014
Cost
Undisclosed
Stories
1-5 Stories

The Denver Union Station development knits together light rail, commuter and intercity rail, regional and local buses, downtown shuttle buses, taxis, shuttles, vans, limousines, bicycle routes and pedestrian networks into a 21st-century intermodal transportation hub and urban transit district. The new commuter rail terminal, light rail station and below-grade bus terminal create a connected constellation of transportation programs distributed across the 42-acre redevelopment area. Adjacent to Denver’s CBD, with a revived historic Union Station building as its focal point, the emerging Union Station neighborhood anchors and seamlessly connects the two smart growth neighborhoods in the heart of the city — Lower Downtown and the Central Platte Valley.

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