Union Station North
Starting the decade as the Prospect area, the recently renamed Union Station North district is nearly built out. Featuring mostly residential developments, Union Station North is just a short distance from Union Station, Coors Field, and City of Cuernavaca Park, but it is hemmed in by major streets, viaducts, and railroads making the area a bit hard to get to on foot. Maybe in the 2020s, the city can focus on giving the people living in the 2,100-plus homes in the district better connections to the rest of downtown. Anyway, five infill projects were developed in Union Station North this past decade, leaving only a couple of developable sites left.
Changes to look for… Upper left: the biggest—and longest—project in this area is the Huron, with X Denver (and X Denver II) under construction up the street. Lower left: the Casey filled in the empty lot at 21st and Delgany and a storage facility was built along Fox Street. Lower and upper right: clearly visible in the 2019 image is the rail bridge to the right of the Park Avenue viaduct for the B and G transit lines, and the rail bridge left of the viaduct for the soon-to-open N transit line.