Griffis Union Station

2905 Inca St, Denver, CO

- LoDo
 4 reviews
Deal
1 month free on all apartments with a 8~15 month lease
*$500 off with a 48 hour look and lease special, Concessions are subject to change daily.

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Overall rating of 4.3 / 5 based on 4 renter reviews

Total Reviews

4

Overall

4.3 / 5

Brena
Aug 2019

Overall I love living here. The building meets all of my needs, and I haven’t had any experiences that have made living at the Griffis unpleasant. The location is also amazing

What did you like most?

The location is amazing and I love the espresso machine in the lobby!

What did you like least?

Equipment in the gym has been broken for awhile (2 treadmills) and they don’t seem to care to fix it.

Doug
Jan 2020

Unit is OK, wish I would’ve been warned about nearby railyard and construction outside of bedroom window

What did you like most?

Good amenities and young population

What did you like least?

Room is next to construction and commercial rail yard, coupled with bad soundproofing from above and below rooms

Candace
Jan 2020

Great other than the noise! Grocery store is super close

What did you like most?

Very spacey and great area to be in

What did you like least?

Noisy with the train and construction


Griffis Union Station Overview and Highlights

Overview

Griffis Union Station, built in 2010, is a fully amenity mid-rise located just blocks from Coors Field and Union Station. Amenities include fitness center, pool and spa.

Address

2905 Inca St, Denver CO

Built

2010

Building Type

Rental


Amenities

Cats Allowed
Dogs Allowed
Parking
Fitness Center
Storage Room
Bike Room
Business Center
Event Room

Near Griffis Union Station

Neighborhood

LoDo

Lower Downtown (often shortened to LoDo) is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver and was home to the city’s first gold rush-era settlement at the confluence of the Platte River and Cherry Creek. Since its formation, this neighborhood has been a mixed-use area with various residential buildings, restaurants, office spaces, and cultural landmarks. Recently, this variety has intensified with a mix of old and new developments. Rust-colored historic buildings sit next to sleek glass offices, and cranes tower over cobblestone streets.

Although LoDo is one of Denver's pricier areas, compared to cities like San Francisco and New York, rent prices are relatively affordable. This means that LoDo has become home to numerous tech startups and transplants who frequently relocate here for work.


As the heart of downtown Denver, LoDo is always alive with something to do. Plus, the art district of RiNo, the cozy dives of Five Points, and the chic cocktail bars of LoHi are only a walk away. Restaurants, art galleries, bars, and sports games fill the docket of most LoDo residents. This neighborhood allows residents to shop, work, and play, all within a few square miles of home. (Pro Tip: If you want to be further from downtown but still have hundreds of dining and shopping options, you might enjoy Cherry Creek!)

Nearest Grocery Store

WholeFoods - 9 minute walk

Nearest Convenience Store

7-Eleven - 13 minute walk

Nearest Public Transportation

20th St & Chestnut St Bus Station - 3 minute walk


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