The redevelopment of Union Station isn't just about altering a building or a neighborhood. It's about changing the way our entire city gets around. Now you can "Travel by Train", as the station's red neon sign proudly proclaims. Or light rail, car sharing, biking, the free mall shuttle, your own two feet, whatever moves you, all from one spot.
But the biggest transformation is what happens to you when call Platform home. Just outside your door is an electricity you can feel coming from every direction you look. There's Union Station, Lodo, RiNo and LoHi, and you're right in the middle of them all.
Just a short walk away are The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Coors Field, the Pepsi Center, Sports Authority Field, the Denver Aquarium, the Denver Skate Park and an off leash dog park.
There are acres of city parks to explore and bike paths along both Cherry Creek and the Platte River to follow.
Foodies have hundreds of restaurants to enjoy. Aspiring chefs have The Source, with its bakery, spice and butcher shops. Thrill seekers have Elitch Gardens, the only downtown amusement park in America.
And of course, there's everything that makes Denver one of the country's most popular destinations, the 16th Street Mall, the Denver Art Museum, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Clyfford Still Museum and The Starz Film Center.
Let your transformation begin.