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Denver’s RiNo district to get six blocks bigger


Six blocks of manufacturing operations, auto body shops, art galleries in Denver are about to be redeveloped and outfitted with the fitting Renaissance-like name of Giambrocco.

The co-venture of Tributary Real Estate and Charles Street Partners is an extension of the wildly popular RiNo District and will include 500,000-sq.-ft. of office space, 350 market-rate and affordable apartments, art studios, and retail “strategically located in hot spots,” according to a press release.

New construction will comingle with 1940s-era buildings to preserve the area’s heritage, according to the developers.

“Giambrocco will be a place in and of itself, but which also contributes to the ongoing renaissance of RiNo from an unexplored part of Denver to the most dynamic and vibrant district in the city," said Rebecca Stone, managing principal of RiNo-based OZ Architecture, lead designers on the project.

Giambrocco will be bordered by 38th Street to the north, 35th Street to the south, Brighton Boulevard to the west, and the rail-line to the east.

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