Denver’s iconic Union Station celebrates one year after renovation

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DENVER --  The Union Station has changed the landscape in downtown Denver.

It's been around for 121 years and a year ago, the newly renovated building re-opened to the public.

After reopening, it doesn't appear business will be slowing down anytime soon.

There really is something for everyone. Tens of thousands pass through Union Station to catch a train, grab a bite to eat and even do some shopping.

Union station features several restaurants including Snooze, the Kitchen Next door and the terminal bar.

There's even the Crawford Hotel which offers that retro, yet, modern feel.