Zeppelin Development has announced that its Drive 2 office project is now 100 percent leased. Tenants that have recently signed include: Beatport, Altitude Land Consultants, MCP Present, Bowles, Ruddell & Associates and Digital Consulting. Drive 2 sits adjacent to its companion office building Drive 1 which is also fully leased.
Drive 2 is part of a larger 20 acre development project known as TAXI. This mixed-use development is located in Denver’s River North neighborhood (RiNo) which is the largest designated arts district in Denver.
TAXI will be home to 800 employees and residents. Drive 2 was designed by Dynia Architects and represents one of seven buildings within TAXI. Dynia Architects also designed The Source, a market that features artisan food vendors which is also located in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood. The Source is housed in a building that was constructed in the 1880s and was originally home to a foundry. The Source was developed by Zeppelin Development as well.
The features of the Drive 2 include:
- Glass garage doors and skylights that allow natural light to stream into the building
- Floor panels made of glass that allow light to penetrate the core of the building
- A 2,500 square foot rooftop conference center/idea space
- Easy access to TAXI’s other amenities including a community garden, Bike Share station, and the FUEL Cafe where the menu is revised monthly to reflect the changing seasons
Both Drive 1 and Drive 2 have achieved LEED status, a designation reserved for buildings that meet a set of standards based on their energy efficiency and impact on the environment. LEED is an acronym for: Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design.