Gallery: Calatrava Unveils Rail Station At Denver International Airport

Renowned architect Santiago Calatrava just unveiled his design for a new rail station at the Denver International Airport as part of the location's South Terminal Redevelopment Program. The new expansion will add a rail link from downtown Denver that terminates at the airport as well as a hotel, a retail plaza and a rail bridge over Pena Boulevard. Calatrava, who has become known for his sweeping arches and impressive facades (and particularly, for his rail stations), will add his iconic style to the iconic airport as well the city of Denver.

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  1. wwj5510 December 13, 2011 at 3:46 am

    The new expansion will bring important new facilities to the airport and will connect it to the city core at Union Station with a FasTrack line terminating at Calatrava’s new arched transit station.

  2. Janine14324 November 28, 2011 at 1:44 am

    If you’re going to the city of Denver you won’t even need a car! No parking fees, no gas….sounds pretty convenient to me. Imagine the jobs it’ll create?? I can live without seeing DIA…I think this is a work of art that’s even better than DIA.

  3. Hansen December 16, 2010 at 6:00 pm

    It is a crime to cover the best iconic building in Denver with this ugly building

  4. D Gensler December 16, 2010 at 5:56 pm

    Who will pay for the cost of the hotel? Why are we blocking the image of the best airport in the USA with this Great Wall of China?

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