REV360 RiNo Mixed Use Office Building
A mixed-use office, retail, and parking development that infuses murals, retail, restaurants and amenities into the fabric of an urban arts district.
138,000 SF Office
21,000 SF Retail
175,000 SF Parking Structure
New Murals Grace the Walls of REV360
Located in the rapidly developing River North Arts District (RiNo), Rev 360 is a five-story mixed use office building with an adjacent 500-car parking structure. Providing office, retail, and parking, Rev 360’s contextual design approach, incorporation of large-scale murals by local and nationally-renowned artists, and inclusion of workplace amenities responds directly to its neighborhood while providing flexible, 21st century workspaces.
Levels two through five are designed flexibly as single or multi-tenant office floors with outdoor balconies. Level one boasts spaces for restaurant and other retail tenants, creating amenities that serve the neighborhood and building occupants. The lobby is a third place, with seating groupings adjacent to retail and food service that supports informal collaboration, work, and socializing.
The building’s primary façade faces Brighton Boulevard, a recently improved pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicular thoroughfare that connects Lower Downtown with the National Western Complex, a burgeoning redevelopment project. Once an industrial corridor characterized by metal-clad warehouse buildings and billboards, the façade design translates the two-dimensionality and graphic concept of a billboard into a cohesive gesture. Appearing held off from the building with metal posts, a panelized metal façade plays with variation in color, texture, opacity, and transparency to create an engaging interplay with the building users animating the façade and urban life at street level.