Vertical Construction Of The Hub Is Complete
The Gensler-designed property includes 250K SF of office space and 25K SF of retail. HomeAdvisor, a digital home services marketplace and one of Colorado’s largest technology employers, has signed a 70K SF lease to house several hundred employees.
“Creative companies demand distinctive space, and that’s what The Hub provides,” Beacon Capital Partners Senior Managing Director McClure Kelly said. “Innovation and imagination are the driving forces behind RiNo’s transformation into a world-class center of artistry and tech.”
The eight-story building is 1.5 miles from downtown Denver and steps from the 38th & Blake commuter rail station. The Hub is seeking LEED and WiredScore certification, as well as an Energy Star rating. It will be ready for occupancy in the fourth quarter. JLL is leading the office pre-leasing, while Zall Co. is leasing the retail space.
CORRECTION, MAY 3, 9:35 A.M. MT: A previous version of this story did not reflect Beacon Capital Partners' role in developing the project with Elevation Development Group. The story has been updated.