The Hilton Garden Inn at Denver Union Station is now complete! With it already open, the hotel is now providing 233 rooms to the northwest corner of the Denver Union Station neighborhood, which was dominated with residential units before this came along.
We have a total of six updates for this project showing all stages of its construction. To access all the posts, follow the link below.
Let’s start the final update with some views from the corner of 20th Street and Chestnut Place. This angle shows all the elements of the project: the 12-story tower, its glass counterpart, and the renovated historic Denver Hose Company No. 1 building.
Believe it or not, there is still an undeveloped parcel in Denver Union Station. At the moment, the Hilton Garden Inn stands on its own on the west side of Chestnut Place between 19th and 20th Street and is significantly taller than anything else in the area.
When coming up on the hotel from 19th Street, you will notice there is a landscaped drop-off area to the south of the hotel with the main entrance set back from the street.
The new infill is great, but the star of the show is the historic Denver Hose Company No. 1 building. It has been completely renovated and it looks spectacular. We couldn’t be happier that the building was saved and is now put to good use. A new restaurant has occupied the historic building and is now open.
Wrapping up, here is one last photo of the Denver Union Station skyline showing the Hilton Garden Inn. As we mentioned above, it is the tallest building in the area however, that will change once the empty parcel next door is developed.
The Denver Union Station neighborhood has built out much more quickly than some expected. This stretch of Chestnut Place used to be a strange area, with an abandoned historic building flanked by a storage facility. We are happy to see that it is now activated with a new hotel and restaurant. Welcome to the neighborhood, Hilton Garden Inn!