A gorgeous brick and timber residence located on the second floor of the historic Streetcar Stables Lofts and across the street from Denvers Union Station. This fully remodeled one bed, two bath loft has 1,482 square feet plus one heated underground parking space and storage unit. The kitchen is designed with a large slab granite center island, high-end appliances, soft close kitchen cabinets and is the perfect space for entertaining. The bedroom has a custom walk-in closet designed by Closet & Storage Concepts and Elf brand custom shelving. The private bath has a shower panel system with jets, rainfall shower head and hand shower. There are two large windows with Rollease Acmeda remote controlled blinds that look out onto historic Union Station. For the wine connoisseur, a KoolR brand built-in glass wine refrigeration and cabinet system holds 150+ wine bottles. There is also a communal area rooftop deck with stunning views of Union Station and the citys skyline. Do not miss your opportunity to own a piece of history. ABOUT STREETCAR STABLES. The four-story red brick commercial building was constructed as a car barn and horse stable for the Denver City Railway Company. Located across the street from Union Station, the 1883 building served as the main terminus for Denvers first public mass transit system until 1892, by which time cable and electric car systems had emerged. From 1902 to 1972 the building housed the Hendrie and Bolthoff Manufacturing and Supply Company, suppliers of heavy mining equipment throughout the United States. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Construction on the 43 loft residences began in late 1993 or early 1994. The first buyers began moving in early 1996 at sale prices in the low $200s. As of early 2022, there are some original owners, whether full or part time still occupying their homes.