NEW YORK—Mint House announced the reopening of Mint House Denver – Downtown Union Station. The property has apartment-style hospitality units in a highrise building, which just completed a property-wide refurbishment. Mint House Denver – Downtown Union Station’s new footprint has doubled in capacity from its previous iteration; from studio to two-bedroom options, the units will have up to three times the space of traditional short-term rentals.
Mint House Denver – Downtown Union Station provides an offering that gives the option of nightly, short-term, or long-term living. In partnership with Shorenstein, Mint House has developed a flexible option for guests who seek a furnished apartment with the amenities of a hotel. Apartment suites come equipped with a kitchen, living areas with workspaces, beds, a smart TV, and a digital concierge. As with all Mint House properties, the integration of technology adds to the furnishings, which were refreshed upon completion of the building’s renovation. Guests will have access to the building amenities, which include but are not limited to a fitness center, rooftop pool and deck, a conference room, and on-site parking.
Mint House Denver – Downtown Union Station is near restaurants like ChoLon, Le Roux, Tavernetta, and Dairy Block food hall, as well as entertainment and nightlife options. Guests can also visit nearby attractions like Union Station, Coors Field, MCA Denver, and the Millennium Bridge.
“We are excited to grow our relationship in Denver with Shorenstein, which brings a unique vision to mixed-use properties” shared Paul Sacco, Mint House’s chief growth and development officer. “We will continue to provide numerous stay options for our Denver guests while maximizing operational efficiencies based on Mint House’s operational expertise and dynamic pricing abilities. Mint House Denver Downtown – Union Station is a great representation of Mint House’s premium residential hospitality model.”
Mint House has more than 25 properties in 16 major U.S. cities including New York, Philadelphia, Miami, Austin, and Nashville, with recent openings in Dallas, Birmingham, and St. Petersburg, Florida.