Hard Hat Tour: HUB2

March 24, 2020

Join DAF for our March hard hat tour of one of Denver’s newest buildings in RiNo, HUB2. This tour will take place on Tuesday, March 24th, 4:30-6pm with guide Michael Maugel, Gensler Project Architect.

About the tour:
This tour will look at the core and shell project as it nears turnover for tenants to do their interior fit-out. Attendees will view the architecture and hear about the exterior enclosure as it nears completion. The tour will move inside to the lobbies and common areas where we will hear about the nearly complete core while the bulk of the office space will be raw, meaning unfinished concrete floors, exposed structure and exposed MEP distribution systems.

About the building:
HUB2 is a new brick-clad mixed-use office building in the heart of Denver’s RiNo neighborhood, boasting amazing mountain views thanks to its offset core design which offers completely open floorplates facing west. HUB2 is approximately 110,000 gsf with 7 stories of office and a ground floor planned for restaurants and retail to flank the tenant lobby. The architectural design of HUB2 blends the industrial legacy of RiNo with contemporary design through the use of triple-glazed black brick, crafted detailing and large windows.

Parking & transportation: There is street parking on the surrounding and nearby streets and there is a LightRail stop across the street. As always, we encourage the use of public transportation and ride sharing.

The cost of the tour is as follows:

DAF Member: $30
Non-member: $35
DAF Hard Hat Set: $40*
*The cost of a Hard Hat Set does not include admission; please also purchase a DAF Member or Non-member ticket to ensure your spot on the tour.

Please bring your own PPE (hard hat, safety vest, safety glasses). If you don’t have your own PPE, you may purchase a DAF set. Attendees are encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather and must adhere to the following safety 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.

Image courtesy of Gensler.