The Source Hotel + Market Hall Welcomes 3 New Denver Makers

Credit: The Source Hotel & Market Hall

The Source Hotel + Market Hall, a prominent mixed-use development in the heart of Denver’s River North Art District (RiNo), has welcomed three new local artisans just in time for the busy holiday shopping season. 

Denver makers now open at The Source include:

  • Moda Pink by Velart Denver Co. – An art gallery of original portraits and mixed media by A. Michel Velazquez, who works across a range of mediums. This new art space features a wide variety of products including large-format paintings, custom jackets and accessories. 
  • Switchwood– Premium, one-of-a-kind, woodwork accessories created by Denver artist and designer Drew Storm Graham, including sunglasses, watches, bowties, flasks and more.
  • Konbini– An immersive Japanese convenience store, offering authentic art, photography and snacks by Denver professional photographer Jeff Fierberg.

In January, Fev’Co Chocolat will open at The Source, carrying French artisan chocolates in the form of ganache, truffles, spreads, and bars, as well as other delicious desserts.

Other local retail outlets located at The Source include Beet & Yarrow, which offers unique floral designs, ceramics, stationary, houseplants and home goods, and BarberX, a six-chair neighborhood barbershop. 

Owned by Los Angeles-based Stockdale Capital Partners, The Source Hotel + Market Hall is a collection of independent retailers and restaurants, along with a design-forward boutique hotel. Formerly home to an iron factory, The Source complex features a Market Hall offering an artisanal bakery, local boutiques and numerous eateries and bars. The innovative Source Hotel features 100 stylish guest rooms, each with a Scandinavian meets Japanese design aesthetic. 

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