Make a
B Line to Westminster Station

Unique Neighborhood

Located at the southern gateway to the city, Westminster Station is a place where the businesses welcome originality and innovation, and the residents are invited to be a part of an exciting revitalization. Westminster Station is poised to be a regional music and arts hub and envisions itself as the next gathering space for the creative community. See what makes Westminster Station so different and distinct.

A Blend of Urban and Natural Areas

Westminster Station provides that rare combination of both a compact and walkable urban neighborhood along with open public spaces. With direct commuter train access to Denver Union Station AND a nearly 40-acre park in your own backyard, you really can have it all!

Lay of the Land

Conveniently located off of U.S. Highway 36 and Federal Boulevard, the Westminster Station neighborhood is an up-and-coming area, with a mix of locally-owned businesses and restaurants, along with easy access to the Denver/Boulder metro area.

sheridan blvd US Rte 36 W 72nd Ave W 64th Ave Federal blvd

Map Key

Westminster Station
RTD Bus Stops
Northbound: Eastside of Federal Blvd
Southside: Station complex on Grove St
Public Parking
Plaza & Amphitheater
Little Dry Creek Trail & Rocky Mountain Greenway
Kinetic Art Piece
Nature Playground, Restrooms, and Picnic Pavilion
Local Business

Colorado Sound Studios

Since 1977, Colorado Sound has provided top quality recording services for local artists, national artists and businesses.

Goody's Eatery

Locally owned and family operated restaurant open for breakfast and lunch daily.
Local Business

Duke's Garage

Restored and reimagined classic and vintage cars and trucks for sale.
If you are interested in having your Westminster Station business featured, please contact Caroline Joy at

Room to Roam and Play

Not too many transit-oriented neighborhoods can claim the recreational element so unmistakable at Westminster Station. Westminster Station Park — located just south of the station — includes an innovative nature playground featuring log forts with suspension bridges, the “big toy” log climber, sand play area with dinosaur dig, interactive water feature, picnic pavilion, regional Little Dry Creek Trail / Rocky Mountain Greenway, natural areas, public art and more!

A Creative and
Cultural District

Westminster Station has its sights set on becoming a musical and artistic hub for the community and a destination for visitors by embracing and welcoming businesses and organizations that share a passion for creative expression and opportunities for both education and performance.

Mural by Ashley Joon X Chelsea Lewinski X Taylor Herzog


Art a la Carte

Westminster's mobile art studio will offer hands-on art instruction to small groups at the Nature Playground, 3501 Creekside Drive, on June 7, July 7, July 28 and September 10.
Performance Theatre

Public Domain Theatre Festival

The Catamounts will present original adaptations of public domain works in select outdoors spaces around Westminster Station Park; Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays June 10-19

Babe Walls

An attraction celebrating womxn and non-binary folks in art, along with the celebration of the community through art murals.

Live Here

Residents of the Westminster Station neighborhood will have proximity to public transportation, and expansive outdoor spaces and trails, all while experiencing the exciting redevelopment of this area.

Alto Apartments

Affordable urban lifestyle 1, 2 and 3 BR apartments.

Getting to
Westminster Station

Take the train (or bus)!

On RTD’s B Line commuter rail.

Ride your bike!

Connects to the U.S. 36 Commuter Bike Trail.

Or drive!

We have a four-level parking garage with
EV charging stations.