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These Venues Combine the Past With Personality

Meetings and Events: Mile High Station and Ironworks share a complex, but each has its own style


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Mile High Station & Ironworks

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When a Venue with a Past joins a Venue with Personality the possibilities are endless.

Two venues combined on the same complex make Mile High Station and Ironworks your newest go-to location for all corporate events. Each venue has its own style — both with an urban chic feel.

Ironworks, a newly restored building that has been transformed into an illustrious venue that not only is beautiful, but historic. Mile High Station offers a unique and rustic atmosphere that is unlike any other venue. The venues are centrally located, easily accessible from the light rail, and have parking available on-site to accommodate your guests.

You will never want to use a boring ballroom or board room again.

(This sponsored content was provided by Mile High Station & Ironworks.)

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