Feds Reject Historic-Preservation Tax Incentives For Union Station Remodel

DENVER (Denver Business Journal) – The National Park Service has rejected the Union Station Alliance’s request for “historic preservation certification” for its plan to remodel Denver Union Station to include a 130-room hotel, but left the door open for reconsideration.

That’s according to an Aug. 7 letter the Park Service sent to USA, obtained by the Denver Business Journal.

denver business journal Feds Reject Historic Preservation Tax Incentives For Union Station RemodelRead more on the website of CBS4 partner the Denver Business Journal.

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