DAF September 2017 Hard Hat Tour – The Source Hotel

DAF September 2017 Hard Hat Tour – The Source Hotel

The Source Hotel

Rendering Courtesy of Dynia Architects

Owner: Zeppelin Development
Architect:  Dynia Architects
Architect of Record: GKKworks
General Contractor: Alliance Construction
Size: 8-1/2 story; 88.500 sq. ft.
Cost: $18M estimated

The Source Hotel is a culinary complex and lifestyle hotel in the heart of Denver’s vibrant RiNo Art District. It expands on the nationally recognized Source market hall, a collection of top food and beverage artisans set in an 1880’s iron foundry.

In partnership with the group behind Boulder’s acclaimed St Julien Hotel, the 100-room, eight-story tower is The Source’s modern counterpoint, with rooms characterized by natural light, fresh air and views of the Colorado mountains and downtown Denver skyline.

Guestrooms showcase a design-forward yet timeless aesthetic featuring comfy beds and minibars stocked by our market hall vendors. High ceilings, expansive windows and operable glass garage doors flood the spaces with natural light. Custom Baltic birch casework and small touches like vintage cook books complement sweeping city or mountain views.

Two market halls totaling 45,000 square feet make up the foundation of the Source Hotel’s culinary complex, with a collection of 25 artisans including a bakery, taqueria, modern wood-fired restaurant, barber, art gallery, kitchen goods shop, and barbecue. The eighth-floor terrace features The Woods – an indoor/outdoor rooftop restaurant, pool and beer garden – showcasing New Belgium’s brews with panoramic views of the mountains and downtown.

The experience begins at check-in, where guests are handed a New Belgium beer and can see the brewing process first-hand at the brand’s first Denver production brewery, just off the lobby. Other amenities include a 2,300-square-foot modern event space with floor-to-ceiling windows, a fitness center and an on-site parking garage.

Please bring your own PPE (hard hat, safety vest, safety glasses). If you don’t have your own PPE, you may purchase DAF hard hats, vests, and safety glasses. A very limited number of loaner PPE sets will be available at the site. Please note, attendees must adhere to the following protocol:

  •         Closed-toe sturdy shoes – Tennis shoes, high heels, sandals, flip flops, and fashion boots are not acceptable footwear for the construction site. Boots do not have to be steel toe; they can be hiking boots as long as they are durable and at least ankle high.
  •         Full-length pants or jeans (no shorts, capri pants, skirts, or dresses) – Pants do not have to be jeans but they must be long enough to touch the top of your shoes.
  •         Shirts with minimum four-inch sleeves.

The cost of the tour is as follows: DAF Member: $20 Non-member: $35 Student: $10 DAF Hard Hat Set: $35

Please use the Eventbrite link above to register. Registration must be completed by Monday, September 11 at 4:00 PM. Cancellation Policy: Refunds will be given only if cancellations are received at least 24 hours before the event.

Space is limited, so register now to ensure a place on the tour! Meeting logistics will be sent the day prior to the tour to those who are registered.