The planned mixed-use development is a mix of existing, adaptive, repurposed and new buildings will celebrate the eclectic nature of the surrounding RiNo neighborhood, all while offering visitors and residents easy transit options adjacent to the 38th & Blake light rail station. The development master planning concept was produced in collaboration between OZ Architecture, Gensler - Denver, and Wenk Associates

The neighborhood is expected to include more than 500,000 square feet of Class A office space with parking that can be converted to offices over time. 350 market-rate and affordable apartments spread throughout the development along with Live/work art studios sprinkled throughout the parcels to activate the street. Retail strategically located in “hot spots” that serve the surrounding neighborhood and public art throughout the project to embrace the community spirit

Site rendering produced by OZ Architecture and StudioJDK.

Site rendering produced by OZ Architecture and StudioJDK.


The live/work art studios focused on how to provide a place not only to reside, but to sell and showcase the artist-in-residence work. Taking cues from the industrial roots of the neighborhood as well as integrating modern design flairs, the studios take advantage of a double-height space and innovative storage concepts influenced by micro-housing. 

OZ Architecture and Wenk Associates.

OZ Architecture and Wenk Associates.


Ground floor retail and restaurants activate the neighborhood and play off of adjacencies to art galleries and innovative office spaces. 

OZ Architecture and Wenk Associates


Many of the buildings within the development can be repurposed utilizing the existing industrial shells that landmark this neighborhood's unique character.