Located just southeast of the historic core of the city, the Westminster Station Transit Oriented Development (TOD) area is set to become the next new mixed-use urban neighborhood and regional destination in the Denver metropolitan area.
The station area is advantageously located near US 36 and Federal Boulevard — two major regional corridors in the Denver metropolitan area — and is home to a Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) commuter rail station — get B Line scheduling here.
With more than 75 acres of transit-oriented development in the core station area, Westminster Station is poised for tremendous growth. Anchored by a 600+ stall parking lot, the area can expect to see a mixed-use range of retail, residential and office development, all occurring organically over time.
Learn more about this transit-oriented development along the B Line
Clocked at 11 minutes non-stop along the B Line, Westminster Station is closer to Denver Union Station than most of Denver. Westminster Station is the first stop on the Northwest Rail corridor, and is advantageously located near US Highway 36 and Federal Boulevard – two major regional thoroughfares in the Denver metro area.
Rail service is not the only mode of transportation at Westminster Station. Already home to two connecting RTD bus lines, our focus is to create an area that is friendly to all types of mobility. With access to Westminster’s extensive network of trails and open space – as well as Denver’s regional trail system – it’s easy for patrons to connect to nature via bike or foot.
Current daily ridership vs. what was originally projected
Public improvements spent on Westminster Station area
DRCOG Metro Vision Award
CASFM Excellence in Engineering
APWA Colorado Chapter -- Project of the Year
ULI Colorado Chapter -- Impact Award
ACEC Colorado Chapter -- Engineering Excellence Award
Facts and figures on the B Line and Westminster Station TOD
The Adams County Housing Authority is building a mixed-use project at the northwest corner of Federal Boulevard and 71st Avenue. The project features retail/office with 70 units of affordable (Low Income Housing Tax Credit) apartments above.Click here for more details
Not too many TOD areas can claim the recreational element so unmistakable at Westminster Station. The first phase of development for Westminster Station Park – a nearly 40-acre park located just south of the station – will include a nature playground, restrooms, and trail connections. Future phases may include a xeric garden, pavilions, special event space, fishing pier, seating and picnic areas, public art, and environmental education opportunities.Click here for more details
“Guiding Light” by Saori Ide and Jonathan Russell
Concept: “Like the lighthouse keeping travelers safe, we will create a beacon to guide people on their journey. A symbol for a safe journey and a welcoming home.”