Last year, the Union Station neighborhood’s new condo development the Coloradan made news by designating 10 percent of its 334 units as affordable housing. Twelve one-bedroom condos were available for $230,751, along with 21 two-bedrooms for $285,936, and a lottery determined who would get to call them home. But today, the Coloradan is making news for a property at the other end of the price spectrum: Unit 1940, its final penthouse property, is on the market for a cool $2.995 million.

So what do you get for just under $3 million in the heart of Denver these days? First, there are the amenities enjoyed by every Coloradan resident. On the ground floor, that’s A Line Boutique, Blo Blow Dry Bar, PureBarre, Revolution Dry Cleaners, and eatery/coffee shop Kaffe Landskap. On the rooftop, there’s a private pool deck and club room. And in between are a fitness room, owner’s library, and garden terrace. The LEED Gold and Certified Healthy property is also home to Union Hall, Denver’s first dedicated and permanent non-commercial, non-collecting, art exhibition space integrated into a private real estate development.

Then there’s the killer location—directly behind Union Station and within walking distance of everything downtown Denver has to offer—and equally great views of Wewatta Street, Coors Field, Union Station, and the Front Range.

And finally, there are the features just for the owners of this corner penthouse, which includes two bedrooms, two and a half baths, a den, “urban mudroom,” and utility room in its 2,546 square feet, plus a 256-square-foot terrace that can be accessed from the main living spaces—via a NanaWall folding glass system—and the master bedroom. Here’s a room-by-room tour:

Custom, whitewashed cabinetry and Taj Mahal quartzite countertops create a light and bright backdrop for the kitchen’s Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, Buster & Punch hardware imported from England, and chic Axor by Hansgrohe plumbing fixtures designed by Philippe Starck. Photo courtesy of the Coloradan
A 10-foot-high ceiling clad with a Gregorious Pineo wallcovering defines the dining area, located in the center of the penthouse’s open-plan living spaces. The floors are a durable wire-brushed white oak, stained a rich espresso hue to contrast with crisp white walls. Photo courtesy of the Coloradan
The living room—made cozy by a dual-sided fireplace—dining room, kitchen, and both bedrooms are situated along the glass. Nest thermostats (which control two separate HVAC zones) keep the light-filled interiors comfortable year round. Photo courtesy of the Coloradan
The master bathroom may be wrapped in gorgeous Calacatta marble tile—and punctuated by a sleek freestanding tub—but the star of the space is the view, captured by tall windows in the shower and next to the double vanity. Photo courtesy of the Coloradan
Two walls of glass offer picture-perfect views from every vantage in the master bedroom, which has private access to the terrace. Photo courtesy of the Coloradan
The $3-million view includes the city’s growing skyline, Union Station, Coors Field, and the Front Range. Photo courtesy of the Coloradan

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