The Denver Union Station project has revitalized 19.5 acres in downtown Denver. New office, retail, and residential development surround the renovated Union Station, where multiple modes of transportation converge, including new bus, light rail, and passenger rail facilities. The public realm ties the district together, further facilitating connectivity, including promenades and streetscapes, plazas, urban gardens, and expanded bike facilities. Significant new destination public spaces include Wynkoop Plaza, the 17th Street Promenade and Gardens, and the Light Rail Plaza. This substantial public investment has catalyzed an unprecedented wave of private-sector activity, with over $1 billion in new projects shaping a transit-oriented precinct and new urban neighborhood.