Belleview Station: Good Living, Good Eats, Good Shopping and More!

2017 November 8
by Caitlin Clough

Light rail users and Tech Center dwellers have been waiting for something this Good for years- and it’s finally open! The mixed-use, transit-oriented Belleview Station provides commuters with a pit stop worth talking about.

This master planned development creates a destination for commuters and residents alike, with retail, residential and office space occupying the land. Belleview Station, situated on the west side of I-25, spans east to west from Niagara to Quebec and north to south from Union to Belleview. Master developer Front Range Land and Development worked with the owners of the land, the Bansbach family, in whose name the land had been for more than 125 years. The achieved vision? To create a dynamic center where the city meets the suburbs.

Corvus Coffee, owned by Phil Goodlaxson, opened its second location in Belleview Station, with this location specializing in cold brew coffee; flights of different cold brews and flavors rotate daily.

Some of Denver’s most popular local restaurants and retail businesses have leased space in Belleview station along Newport Street, the main pedestrian thoroughfare. To name a few: Los Chingones, Backcountry Delicatessen, Sushi-Rama, Matthew Morris Salon, A Line boutique and Corvus Coffee. There are also two fitness studios (Orange Theory and Barre3), two luxury apartment complexes (MileHouse and The Den), and several service businesses, all of which are walkable from the light rail. MileHouse is fully leased, but apartments are currently still available at The Den, including studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments and featuring coveted amenities like a rooftop deck, sky lounge pool, garden courtyard, game lawn and fitness room.

The station’s website includes the full master plan for the 51 total acres of land, with drawings for each city block. In it are plans for additional office, retail and multifamily space, as well as one to two hotels and more manicured green space. Although still under construction, amenities like the walking paths and dog park are already complete and in use.

This suburban center mimics the planning happening in urban Denver- planning that-creates denser, walkable communities. Only here, it’s to serve those that live in the area and aren’t willing to make the drive through traffic to get downtown. Plus, the station has ample parking spaces for commuters, many of which are free for several hours.

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