free service through downtown: the MetroRide. This second shuttle
Civic Center Station, located at 16th Street and Broadway.
Commuter Rail and Amtrak: Eight tracks and five platforms will
take commuters to the airport, Westminster, Arvada and beyond
with commuter rail, scheduled to open in 2016, and Amtrak, whose
public spaces, including Wynkoop Plaza, featuring trees from
skylights for the underground bus concourse below; the Wewatta
Pavilion; and the Chestnut Pavilion, which also has Colorado vegetation and flora to make for a pleasant atmosphere.
INSIDE: HOTEL, DINING AND SHOPPING
retail shopping, office and event space.
floors on the north and south sides, the Crawford Hotel opened In
luxury. There will be 112 rooms in three designs.
Dining: There are several restaurants, grab-and-go options and
Fish, Eatmore Burgers and Brats, Fresh Exchange, Milkbox Ice
Creamery, Pigtrain Coffee, The Cooper Lounge, The Terminal Bar
by Chef Alex Seidel, owner of Fruition, featuring dining seven days
a week and a market.
Tattered Cover Book Store.
COMMUNITY GROWTH AND REVITALIZATION
station is experiencing revitalization, growth and private development. This includes residential living, grocery and retail stores and
commercial office spaces.
featuring residences, offices, retail, restaurants, bars, boutiques, art
galleries and clubs. Also nearby is Larimer Square, Coors Field,
the Pepsi Center, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the Denver
Center for the Performing Arts, the Colorado Convention Center, the
Park, the Children’s Museum and the Downtown Aquarium as well
as numerous restaurants, brew pubs, retail shopping and boutiques.
This is an exciting time for the downtown Denver community and
entire metro region. It’s sure to bring countless jobs, revenue and
growth for the community and state. For information on the newly
restored Union Station, visit www.unionstationindenver.com. For
RTD information visit www.rtd-denver.com.
Photos courtesy of Denver RTD