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NY Times story on renovated depots hits Union Station in Denver

The New York Times reported on renovated train stations all over the world, including Union Station in Denver.


Train stations around the world are receiving significant face lifts, giving them a contemporary atmosphere and putting a new emphasis on retail and restaurants.

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In the United States,  the Beaux-Arts 112-room Crawford Hotel opened last July inside the 120-year-old historic Denver Union Station, which also underwent a recent restoration. The hotel rooms are "Pullman" style, with nods to Art Deco architecture and riffs on the glamorous private sleeping cars. The station itself features 13 local shops and restaurants and 600 pieces of Western art curated by a local gallery.

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Eric is a Denver-based tech writer and guidebook wiz. Contact him here.
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