Since undergoing a $54 million renovation and grand reopening in 2014, Denver Union Station has served as the bustling heart of downtown travel and commerce. Thirty-thousand visitors pass through daily to visit the luxurious Crawford Hotel as well as high-end restaurants and retail shops located beneath the iconic neon-red letters illuminating the station’s ground floor. However, there is another side to Union Station – a literal underbelly – that inspires considerably less awe than the grand structure above.
The underground bus terminals of Union Station located beneath the Wewatta and Chestnut Pavilions on the east and west sides of the station, respectively, have become a sheltering location for many of the city’s residents struggling with homelessness, substance-use…
Samantha Sills 2022-09-18 07:25:00
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