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Greystar’s The Pullman is a new mixed-use apartment community in Denver

Multifamily Housing

Greystar’s The Pullman is a new mixed-use apartment community in Denver

The Mulhern Group designed the project.

By David Malone, Managing Editor | July 15, 2021
The Pullman exterior
The Pullman exterior

The Pullman is a new luxury apartment and retail community located in the heart of Denver’s Union Station neighborhood. The community was built for walkability and is just steps away from numerous shopping and dining options and the Beaux Arts style Union Station transport hub.

The 168-unit boutique community offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom residences (as well as two-story penthouses) ranging from 819 to 3,784 sf. The community is anchored by a hotel-style lobby and features a variety of amenities including an 8,000-sf rooftop pool and spa terrace, an outdoor kitchen and dining area, a state-of-the-art fitness room and yoga studio, a billiards lounge with a wet bar, a pet spa, bike storage, a demonstration kitchen, a members-only club room, and a coffee and tea bar.


The Pullman pool and spa terrace


Residences include KitchenAid Gas Cooktops and quartz countertops, engineered hardwood flooring, and custom wood cabinetry. The penthouse suites include in-wall fireplaces, secondary butler’s entrances, full body showers, and Wolf and Subzero appliances.


The Pullman billiards room


A lifestyle team coordinates on-site events and activities as well as offering services such as package delivery, wake-up calls, and shoe shines. Additionally, The Pullman includes 3,500 sf of ground floor retail and above- and below-ground structured parking for 212 vehicles.

Greystar owns and operates The Pullman. The Mulhern Group designed the project.


The Pullman living space

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