Developers Release Latest Renderings of T3 RiNo
This week, McCaffery, Hines and Ivanhoé Cambridge released new renderings of T3 RiNo, at 3500 Blake Street. The property is being developed into a six-story, 250,000-square-foot T3 (Timber, Transit and Technology) office building, which will be one of the most environmentally friendly and sustainable developments in Denver.
The development team selected Pickard Chilton Architects and DLR Group to design the building, which will feature a refined industrial, heavy-timber-structured design incorporating art to pay homage to both Denver’s historic brick and timber buildings and to the city’s vibrant and rapidly evolving art district. Designed for collaboration and work/life balance, T3 will offer an exceptional complement of amenities including common social areas; large, private tenant terraces; a modern fitness facility and bicycle facility; 17,000 square feet of retail space and convenient access to the RTD commuter rail system—which serves Denver International Airport and Denver’s Union Station Transit Hub.
Jamie Roupp and John Beason of JLL have been retained to handle office leasing. Retail leasing is being handled by Andrew Macafee and Andrew Hanna of McCaffery.
“As one of the most sophisticated office properties in Denver, the project is designed to accommodate the needs of firms who seek creative class workers. These workers demand to work in environments which are proximite to living, dining, entertainment and recreation options, and easy access to transit, all of which are offered in the RiNo neighborhood,” said McCaffery Senior Managing Director Glen Sibley.
Hines Senior Managing Director Jay Despard added, “We are excited to partner with McCaffery and Ivanhoé Cambridge to bring this highly differentiated product with its unique architecture to the Denver market. This project embodies the live, work, play lifestyle that progressive tenants are seeking to recruit and retain today’s knowledge workers.”