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And, Friday Did Indeed Turn Out Orange!

Even this guy. He has watched every piece of Union Station parking lot asphalt go away in noisy trucks. He has memorized every word of the “Attention Parkers” signs that are still up. He has seen snow fall on Mount Wynkoop before his eyes. And, he has seen it melt. Through all of that, he still remembered to wear his orange today in support of the local football team. But, he may not be aware…

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Denver Union Station Construction Project Update Meeting for the General Public Announced

With all the news this week of the Monday opening of Charlie Palmer’s Wazee Wood Fire Pizza (next to District Meats), the signing of noted Highlands restaurant The Squeaky Bean in the Saddlery Building (we reported that possibility last August) and what is supposed to be the Tuesday decision by the Board of RTD on the outcome of the re-development of the historic Union Station building itself (This week saw the chiming in of the group owning…

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Views of Union Station

Then…and When. Two teams competing to redevelop the Regional Transportation District’s historic Denver Union Station building will present their proposals at a public event on Thursday, Nov. 3. The presentations will begin at 6:15 at the Convention Center. One proposal will come from Union Station Neighborhood Company and is expected to be a combination of office and retail use, with talk of a “market” concept. Continuum and East/West Partners are involved in that. The other…

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Developing Story…Time to See What Station May, or May Not Look Like!

The Denver Union Station Project Authority will host a public meeting to present updates on the Wynkoop Plaza design, bike system integration, crosswalk enhancements, and public parking options. Wednesday, April 20, 2011, 5:30 PM at the RTD Administrative Building at 1600 Blake Street. This design process has gone through changes and budget issues. Denver by the Slice is hoping we see something that may actually be realized…and that we can embrace. Another important step in the…

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