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.

 

 

office spaces

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.

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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 Vietnamese banh mi, Italian gelato, and Hawaiian poke, all meant to encourage a deeper conversation and connection beyond the typical lunch counter.

 

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. 

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.

Sustainability

leed gold certification

Zeppelin Station recognizes its stewardship responsibilities to protect the environment and to enhance the character of the community without taxing the local ecology and its natural resources. With this vision in mind, Zeppelin Station pursued and achieved LEED Gold Certification. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED promotes sustainable building and development practices and recognizes projects that implement strategies for better environmental and health performance.

Zeppelin Station acts as a platform for the new 38th and Blake stop on the expanding A-Line of the light rail system. In addition to public transit, occupants will enjoy the increasing walkability of the area and nearby amenities. All parking is located under cover to reduce the heat island effect of the site and earning the building an exemplarily performance point under the LEED rating system. Additional measures including light concrete and shading from tree cover were also implemented to further this reduction. To encourage occupants and guests to reduce their transportation related emissions, the project features preferred parking for low emitting and fuel-efficient vehicles, as well as bicycle parking and changing rooms.

To reduce indoor water demand, the building features water efficient flow and flush fixtures. Additionally, 70% of total energy costs will be offset through the purchase of green power for a minimum of the first two years of operations to reduce the building’s carbon footprint.

During construction, materials were selected based on their environmental and health related attributes. To promote superior indoor air quality in the building and the wellbeing of occupants, adhesives, sealants, paints, coatings, and composite wood were chosen to minimize VOC content. Additionally, materials with recycled content were given preference to reduce demand on sourcing of virgin materials.