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When neighborhood redevelopment planning for the historic Union Station in Denver, Colorado, kicked off several year ago, city planners, developers, Xcel Energy and USGBC teamed up to implement high-efficiency energy strategies into new building designs—creating lasting, energy-efficient working, living, shopping and entertainment opportunities.

Denver’s redeveloped Union Station has now become not only energy-efficient, but an altogether preeminent multimodal transit hub connecting Denver and its outer neighborhoods to the world. With the recently completed underground bus terminal and light rail train platform, and the nearly complete commuter rail line to DIA, along with other rail services, Union Station has become the center of the hottest neighborhood in the city—efficiently.