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Honoring a Western landmark or neighborhood that seemed headed for oblivion but has been restored or resuscitated to full life.
In 1902, Denver’s Union Station had such heavy traffic that authorities banned goodbye kisses on the platforms to keep the trains on schedule. Over time, the frenzy died. Now, thanks to a $54 million makeover, Union Station has returned to glory as a transit hub and urban hot spot, and our editors commend how Denver has combined modern urban planning and old-fashioned elegance.