Zeppelin scores development hat trick

Zeppelin

“Remind me not to open three major projects in a year that are bigger than anything I’ve ever done before,” Kyle Zeppelin posted on his Facebook page. Zeppelin made the post regarding his development hat trick with only one hour and eight minutes left of the year. Opening three diverse, one-of-kind developments made for a…

John Rebchook

January 23, 2019

The Source Hotel: Taking concrete to the next level in RiNo

the source

In the booming RiNo Art District northeast of downtown Denver, The Source Hotel’s Nordic-meets-industrial design is a sleek, stark and ultimately apt counterpoint to the historic foundry-turned-food hall of the same name next door. 

Building Dialogue

September 9, 2018

Green roofs supported by Zeppelin

Green roofs

Green roofs were on developer Kyle Zeppelin’s radar screen long before the initiative to require them on some buildings in Denver surfaced. The green roof initiative was adopted by Denver voters last month by an 8.6 percent margin. It was widely opposed by Denver’s development community, with Zeppelin being the most high-profile exception. “Denver developers…

John Rebchook

December 11, 2017

Flight taking off at Taxi

flight

Freight was the only multitenant, speculative office building under construction in Denver during the Great Recession, recalled Kyle Zeppelin, on a recent pleasant spring afternoon, as he sipped an espresso in the Black Black Coffee shop in the mixed-use Taxi development. Freight was 100 percent leased even before it opened in Taxi. Now, Zeppelin, the son…

John Rebchook

April 25, 2017