I like to think of Denver’s Union Station redevelopment project as Downtown Denver’s equivalent of Denver International Airport. The price tag may not be as high as DIA’s, but the impact of the project on the region will be just as profound. The Union Station redevelopment is arguably the most significant project in Downtown Denver in the past fifty years, and that’s saying a lot considering the major projects like Coors Field, the Auraria Campus, the Colorado Convention Center, and a dozen other multi-million dollar projects that have proceeded it. And to provide commentary on the Union Station project’s evolution, I am happy to announce Rick Anstey as the newest DenverInfill Blog contributor. Rick is a good friend of mine, a Central Platte Valley resident with an awesome view of Union Station, and a Union Station Advocates member, and he is prepared to deliver regular construction news updates and photos (with help from my buddy Abe) of the Union Station project to DenverInfill readers over the next three to four years. This is going to be fun.
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