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Denver’s Restored Union Station to be Major Hub

DENVER — Denver’s Union Station is undergoing a restoration and redevelopment that will transform it into a transportation, dining, shopping and entertainment hub centered around a new 112-room hotel.

Come July, the Crawford Hotel will have two bars in the 1914 waiting room and will incorporate many architectural features of the station in each room, including giant beams, windows overlooking the tracks and vaulted ceilings.

The restored station will have four new Colorado restaurants, two fast-service restaurants and 10 local one-of-a-kind boutiques, including a branch of the Tattered Cover Bookstore.

Two new parks will be located in front of the station.

The station will also serve daily Amtrak trains and be a part of Denver’s 124 miles of light and commuter rail, including a new line to Denver International Airport that will open in 2016.