The Hub: RiNo’s Biggest, Newest Office Buildings Fit Right In

The Hub South clearly embraces the common artistic language of RiNo and its industrial roots. Courtesy Michelle Meunier Photography

BUILDING DIALOGUE: Cover Story Sneak Peek

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WORDS: Kevin Criss

Denver’s gritty and funky River North neighborhood, one-time warehouse district now hipster central, has been going through a makeover for the last decade. But, after last month’s $86 million sale of 13-acres in Denargo Market for a “game-changing development,” it’s clear that RiNo’s pace of grunge-to-upscale might be kicking into overdrive.

But, like the Foo Fighters suddenly doing Michael Bublé ballads, it could get fairly disorienting if the RiNo aesthetic isn’t embraced by the new development. Denver expects and wants more for this area than glass boxes and a bank on every corner. This is trendy urbanite heaven and keeping it that way will take developer discipline.

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Enter The Hub, the newest and largest office building to hit RiNo that has fully wrapped itself in River North’s post-industrial grit and street art aesthetic.

Read the full story in the September 2019 issue of Building Dialogue.

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