Project Snapshot: The Hub North

This is the second phase of the project. (Photos by Thomas Gounley)

Exterior walls are going up at The Hub North.

The eight-story office building with ground-floor retail space going up at the corner of Blake and Downing streets in RiNo is the second phase of the project being developed by Boston-based Beacon Capital Partners.

The structure joins the adjacent Hub South building, completed earlier this year.

The office space in Hub South is 100 percent leased to HomeAdvisor, WeWork and tech company EverCommerce. Retail space has been leased to tenants, including Chase and Viv Cycle, but 10,335 square feet remain available.

No leases have been announced for office or retail space within Hub North.

Original plans for the complex called for the Hub North building to be a hotel. But Beacon changed course in 2018.

Here are photos taken last week (click for a larger view), as well as a rendering showing the project and a site map.

Developer: Beacon Capital Partners

Specs: Floors two through seven have 13,956-square-foot footprints, according to a leasing brochure, adding up to just shy of 100,000 square feet of office space. The ground floor has 7,642 square feet of retail space.

Groundbreaking: Early 2019

A rendering of The Hub North. (Submitted)

Expected completion: Early 2020

Architect: Gensler

General contractor: Mortenson

Office brokers: Jamie Roupp and Julie Rhoades, JLL

Retail broker: Bryan Slaughter and Ryan Kiernan of SullivanHayes recently took over the project’s retail leasing from The Zall Group.

Leases: None announced

Elsewhere in town: Beacon Capital Partners’ other Denver holdings include downtown office tower Wells Fargo Center.

BusinessDen’s Project Snapshot feature provides a visual update on notable developments in the Denver area. We last checked in on Market Station in downtown Denver.

Leave a Reply

Notify of