Market Street Station chewed up as downtown Denver block is cleared for mixed-used project

Denver Post

By Joe Rubino

For once, RTD is the one being inconvenienced by someone else’s construction project.

Rubble piles are reaching new heights this week as crews continue demolishing the former Market Street Station bus terminal to make way for an urban infill project of office, retail and apartment space that will rise on three sides of RTD’s headquarters building at 1660 Blake St.

Property owner/developer Continuum Partners is accommodating its neighbor as best it can, project director Doug Alexander said. It has rented parking spots across the street to make up for a razed parking lot at 17th and Blake and is keeping an eye on vibration monitors attached to RTD’s 110-year-old HQ, just to ensure it’s not rocking the boat too much. But, as RTD can attest, there is just not much to do about construction noise.

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