This swooping, bird-in-flight, steel-and-glass building is the realization of Denver International Airport’s 1989 master plan to build a public transit center connecting the city’s RTD commuter rail line to the airport. 

The 15-story project is an expansion to the airport’s Jeppesen Terminal and includes three components: a 519-key Westin hotel and conference center, a 82,000-sf plaza with restaurants and retail, and the transit center, which serves more than 18,000 riders daily.