Former downtown bus station soon to become office and residential space

by | Apr 27, 2022 | Blog, Construction | 0 comments

As developers continue their march through downtown Denver, the latest landmark to go under the wrecking ball is Greyhound’s former bus station.

Demolition of the property, located at 1055 19th St. began in November of 2021.

The Denver Bus Center building was built in 1975. Greyhound put it up for sale in April, 2019, according to BusinessDen, and shifted its downtown service to Union Station in September 2020.

Then, in 2021, the property was sold to Golub & Co. (based in Chicago) and Rockefeller Group (based in New York) for $38 million.

The developers hope to build two, 400-foot towers on the site, according to BusinessDen, one for apartments and the other for office space. The bases of both would contain retail and restaurant space.

Golub’s senior vice president of the western region told BusinessDen that construction could begin in 2023, if all goes according to plan.

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