235,000-Square-Foot Mass Timber Office Building is One of The Most Sustainable Developments in Denver
Co-developers, Hines, Ivanhoé Cambridge and McCaffery, global real estate firms, announced the topping out of T3 RiNo, a six-story, 235,000-square-foot timber office building in Denver’s River North Art District (RiNo). The topping out marks a significant milestone toward the project’s completion in late 2023. Not to mention it is slated to be one of the most environmentally friendly and sustainable developments in Denver.
Designed by Pickard Chilton Architects and DLR Group, T3 RiNo features a refined industrial, heavy-timber-structured design incorporating art to pay homage to both Denver’s historic brick and timber buildings, and to the city’s vibrant and rapidly evolving art district. The building’s timber design is not only 100% renewable, recyclable, and non-toxic, it also supports innovation, connection and well-being, placing the tenant experience at the forefront. The timber for this project was 100% sourced from Québec supplier Nordic Structures, a leading innovator who develops and markets wood products and construction systems manufactured by its sister company Chantiers Chibougamau, out of black spruce from the boreal forest. Timber construction can significantly reduce embodied carbon in a building, and unlike any other major building material, wood sequesters carbon, or stores it.
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