The RTD board won't decide which of two competing partnerships will redevelop Union Station until next Tuesday, but the Union Station Neighborhood Co. upped the ante this week by revealing that the market/food hall it's proposed to put in the historic space would be run by none other than the founders of Frasca Food and Wine.
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The Sage Hospitality/Crawford plan for Union Station is a travesty! In order to jam a hotel into that space, they have to drop a new ceiling into the beautful hallways, change the roof lines and punch in several elevator shafts. It will the ruin the entire historic character of the building, and the hotel doesn't even make any economic sense!
Love the idea of a Frasca market/restaurant space on the ground floor which entirely protects the beauty and history of Union Station. It's an idea that we should all get behind.
What would you like to see in Union Station? Speak up...quickly.