Zeppelin Station

Zeppelin Station, located next to the new rail station at 38th and Blake Street, is a transit-oriented development designed around a ground-floor market and retail hall with office space above. With transit, hotels, restaurants, and concert venues all within walking distance, Zeppelin Station serves as a social destination for the rapidly evolving River North (RiNO) neighborhood.

The form of the building was motivated by the desire to capitalize on views of the downtown while shielding the occupants from the activity of the directly adjacent freight rail lines.

On the eastern fa├žade, a billboard-like screen made of standard light
gauge framing members unifies the building mass and parking structure.

Landscaped terraces face south towards the city skyline providing views, natural light, and lush outdoor spaces for tenants.

At the center of the market halls sits a series of food and retail stalls that supports local vendors that rotate on a seasonal basis. A coffee shop, restaurant, and bar complete the ground floor market hall. An additional bar and seating area on the mezzanine level is oriented to view the skyline of downtown Denver.

Denver, Colorado

100,000 SF

Completed 2018

2020 AIA Wyoming Design Award of Merit, Zeppelin Station

2020 Architizer A+ Awards Finalist, Mixed-Use Catagory, Zeppelin Station

2019 AIA Western Mountain Region Design Award of Excellence, Zeppelin Station

2018 AIA Colorado Chapter Design Award of Merit, Zeppelin Station

2018 AIA Colorado Chapter Notable in Denver, Zeppelin Station

2018 USGBC, LEED 2009 Gold Core and Shell, Zeppelin Station

Zeppelin Station