The Coloradan, Union Station’s only condo building, has been complete for a few months and while this update may seem a bit overdue, many finishing touches have been taking place that make this project now 100% complete. We visited The Coloradan multiple times over the past three years. Head on over to the link below to follow the project from announcement and through all phases of construction.
While there is still a massive condo shortage in Downtown Denver, The Coloradan helps fill that gap with 334 for-sale units. Proving demand and popularity, not to mention a great location, there is only one condo left for sale.
Now to the pictures. As we saw in our last construction update, the purple terracotta adds a splash of color to the local skyline. Here are a few photos from around Union Station and a close up of the facade.
When in direct sunlight, you can spot the grey and white accents mixed in with the purple terracotta. As a side note, there is one picture mixed in from the summer however, the building in that photo is identical to what it is today.
Wrapping up with the 360 degree exterior tour, here are some final photos along Wewatta where The Coloradan contributes nicely to the Wewatta Street canyon.
In terms of ground floor retail, all but one space is filled, and it looks like it will be filled soon. One of the brand new spaces, Cafe Landskap, has a great outdoor patio adjacent to the commuter rail canopy.
When headed inside, you are greeted with an interior retail mall and Union Hall, an 1,800 square foot space for arts and culture functions. The resident lobby resides on the second floor with a brilliant string art piece by Ines Esnal hanging from the ceiling. Below are the last set of photos in our post focusing on the interior of The Coloradan.
We are glad to see new condos in the Union Station neighborhood and around Downtown Denver in general. With only two unclaimed parcels left in Union Station, it would be great to see at least one of those go for another for-sale residential project. Welcome to Union Station, The Coloradan!