Union Station Neighborhood Eagerly Awaits Grand Opening of Whole Foods Market

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Whole Foods Market will open its highly anticipated location near Union Station next week, on Nov. 15. The 60,000-square-foot grocery store will anchor Union Denver, a 580-unit luxury apartment community that covers an entire 2-acre city block bounded by Chestnut Place and 17th, 18th and Wewatta streets, developed by Holland Partner Group and designed by Davis Partnership Architects.

Located in downtown Denver’s most desirable neighborhood, residents of Union Denver are surrounded by the city’s most convenient public transportation — the light rail down to the Tech Center or the high-speed bus up to Boulder, and now the new A Line to DIA.

The new rail station-themed Whole Foods store will have a different feel than others in the metro area, with more prepared foods and a focus on walk-in shoppers who live or work downtown.

Image courtesy of Davis Partnership Architects


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