Another piece of Zeppelin Development‘s TAXI master plan is falling into place with the construction of FLIGHT, a 140,000 square foot office building that will be the corporate headquarters for Boa Technology. The new four-story building will sit along Ringsby Court just north of the adaptive reuse FREIGHT building and opposite the newly opened FREIGHT Residences. The approximate location of FLIGHT is outlined on the Google Earth aerial image below.
FLIGHT will feature the strong horizontal forms and oblique geometry that defines the architecture of the TAXI campus, thanks to Dynia Architects. Courtesy of Zeppelin and Dynia, here is a rendering of FLIGHT looking south toward Downtown, with the FREIGHT Residences on the right and Ringsby Court on the left:
Boa Technology will occupy 100,000 square feet of the building with the remaining 40,000 available for other tenants. In addition to housing Boa’s offices, the new facility will also include the company’s research and development department and a prototype engineering and testing laboratory. The four-story structure will feature a two-story atrium, a 13,000 square-foot green roof, outdoor meeting spaces, and parking for 100 bicycles. The project is seeking LEED Silver certification and will include a 170 kw solar photovoltaic array that will offset about 20 percent of the building’s electricity use.
Construction on FLIGHT is now underway with completion planned for late 2017.
Our previous post on The Crossing at Denargo Market was back in 2015 when the project was up to four floors. Much progress has been made since then and the 321-unit apartment community is nearing completion. Let’s take a look!
View along Wewatta Way:
Looking down the private drive that runs between Wewatta Way and Delgany Street, with The Marq (previously The Yards at Denargo Market) on the right.
View along Denargo Market. The parcel with the industrial building on the left was excluded in the Denargo Market General Development Plan area.
The entire project should be wrapped up by the end of the year.
Construction has begun on the hotel and market hall components at The Source on Brighton Boulevard in Denver’s booming RiNo district.
With the huge success of The Source, the 25,000 SF marketplace forged out of a former 1880s iron foundry, Zeppelin Development envisioned an expansion of the concept onto the gravelly lot next door to include a new 19,000 square foot market hall, a 100-room hotel, and a 300-space structured parking garage.
With the parking garage now complete, work is underway on the market hall and hotel. Here are a few photos from this weekend showing the foundations for the new structures going in:
For renderings, a site plan, and all the project details, please visit our first post on this development.
The Source Hotel and Market Hall should be open by late 2017.
In our Update #1 post on the Industry Denver Apartments in May, site prep had just started for the 9-story, 277-unit residential building. Now, three months later, the first couple of levels of the structured parking are going vertical. Here’s a quick look:
For a refresher on the project’s design, amenities, and other details, check out our first post from late 2015.
We’re a bit overdue for an update on Broadstone RiNo; our Update #1 was in October 2015, so let’s take a look at this 270-home apartment development as it nears completion. Broadstone RiNo is a large project covering about a city block in area from Brighton Boulevard to Arkins Court, northeast of 31st Street.
These first four photos show the Brighton Boulevard side of the project starting from the corner at 31st Street and moving north along Brighton.
The Arkins Court side:
The 31st Street side:
We’ll check in on Broadstone RiNo one more time for the final update.
Back in June when we did our Summer 2016 Tower Crane Census, Ryan included a photo of the crane at Modera River North, but today we have our first full update on the project. As discussed in our initial post on this development, Modera River North will feature 362 apartment homes in a 6-story building located at the corner of 29th Street and Brighton Boulevard.
Let’s take a look at the construction progress. Here’s an overview shot looking west at the corner of 29th and Brighton.
In front of the building along Brighton is a bus stop serving RTD’s Route 48 that takes riders straight into Downtown Denver. Modera River North is also about one mile from both Denver Union Station and the 38th and Blake station on the A line.
Below is the southwestern side of the project facing 28th Street. In the foreground is part of a 0.75-acre public space that features seating and landscaped gardens. This public space is a component of the Denargo Market General Development Plan that covers not only this site, but also The Marq (formerly The Yards at Denargo Market), The Crossing at Denargo Market, and several parcels yet to be developed.
Modera River North will be complete in 2017.
A new independent hotel is coming to the corner of 25th and Larimer in Denver’s River North district.
Developed by Gravitas Development Group, the Ramble Hotel will feature 50 rooms in a three-story building designed by Johnson Nathan Strohe that recalls an early 20th century industrial style with intricate metal and brick detailing.
The ground floor lobby will have 20-foot ceilings and include a marquee cocktail bar, Death & Company Denver, which will also operate a reservations-only bar on the mezzanine level. Other hotel amenities include an intimate theater, an independent restaurant, a small retail outlet, flexible meeting space, and an outdoor courtyard. Right across 25th Street from the hotel is another Gravitas development, a mixed-use retail and office project made out of 29 reclaimed shipping containers.
Construction started about a week ago. Here are a couple of photos from today:
The Ramble Hotel should open in late 2017.
The remarkable revitalization of the River North Art District continues with the announcement of another major infill project: Revolution 3600, a 5-story, 150,000 square foot mixed-use development planned for the corner of 36th Street and Brighton Boulevard.
Revolution 3600 is being developed by a team led by Ed Haselden with Anderson Mason Dale serving as the project architect, Jones Lang LaSalle handling office leasing, and Haselden Construction as the builder. The mixed-use project’s two main components include approximately 120,000 square feet of office space on floors 2-5 and around 20,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. The 37,500 SF property is mostly vacant land except for a small 1950’s-era industrial building previously occupied by Industrial Motors & Machining, which recently moved to a new location two miles away.
A couple of renderings: Revolution 3600 looking east at the corner of Brighton Boulevard and 36th Street, followed by the view looking south along Brighton Boulevard. All renderings are courtesy of Anderson Mason Dale.
A highlight of the ground-floor commercial uses is the proposed Market Hall that will combine up to eight food purveyors into an 8,700 SF open-floor space that doubles as the building lobby. Additional ground-floor uses include a 6,000 SF restaurant space at the 36th Street corner and a similar-sized space for a retail tenant.
Revolution 3600’s proposed Market Hall interior and a view of the building’s Brighton Boulevard elevation with ground-floor commercial spaces:
Automobile parking for 238 spaces will be accommodated on two underground levels accessed via the alley. Bicycle parking will also be provided.
Construction is expected to begin in spring 2017.
The proposed Modera River North Arts project has broken ground in the RiNo district. Here are a two shots from a few days ago:
Located along Blake Street between 28th and 29th Streets, Modera River North Arts will add 183 new homes along the soon-to-be-converted Blake Street with bi-directional bike lanes and within a short distance of the 38th and Blake transit station.