Zeppelin station is a creative workspace and market hall

The collaborative space brings together elements of two of Zeppelin Development’s signature RINO projects, the Work-Live TAXI community and the popular Source market.

THE BUILDING 

Designed by the award-winning Dynia Architects, Zeppelin Station is on track for LEED certification and features indoor-outdoor open spaces, characterized by high ceilings, natural light and native landscaping. Situated atop a 20,000-square-foot market hall with diverse retail and culinary offerings, the project demonstrates a true sense of community amongst its tenants and the neighborhood. 

 

AVAILABLE RETAIL SPACE: 22,000 sq. ft.

AVAILABLE OFFICE SPACE: 78,000 sq. ft.

 

 

TRAIN

Internationally accessible via commuter rail  

Zeppelin Station is centrally located at RiNo's new commuter rail station on the A Line, making it a 30 minute ride to the Denver International Airport and just five minutes from downtown. This proximity gives its community the opportunity to do business face-to-face, on both international and local levels.  

market hall

MARKET HALL

Diverse food and beverage offerings

Inspired by the success of The Source, Zeppelin Station’s ground floor is home to experiential food and beverage concepts, such as a Montreal-style bagel shop, fire ramen and tacos al pastor, all meant to encourage a deeper conversation and connection beyond the typical lunch counter.

 

VIEWS

Design that embraces Colorado

Above the market hall, three floors of scenic office suites offer roll-up, glass garage doors that pour out onto green terraces overlooking the Denver skyline and majestic Rocky Mountains. These design elements are signatures of Zeppelin Development's most celebrated projects, including both the workspaces and residences at TAXI.

NEIGHBORHOOD

In the heart of the RiNo Art District

Zeppelin Station is located in the RiNo (River North) district of Denver, a historically industrial neighborhood with a gritty, urban feel that attracts a diverse community of artists and entrepreneurs. Recently emerging as a hotbed of innovation, the city has committed more than $47 million to infrastructure improvements in the next two years.