$50 million expansion of Zeppelin's Taxi project underway in RiNo

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Zeppelin Development is at it again in RiNo, this time building a $50 million, 140,000-square-foot office building called Flight that will serve as the latest expansion of its Taxi development.

Boa Technology Inc., a designer and manufacturer of a dial closure system that serves as an alternative to shoelaces on ski boots, golf cleats and several other types of sports footwear, will be the primary tenant in the new building.

Boa moved into the first iteration of Taxi in 2012, but has grown beyond what its current 36,000-square-foot space can hold. Once Flight is complete in September 2017, it will move into the first two floors, taking up 100,000 square feet. The remaining 40,000 square feet are still vacant.

Boa employs 143 people in Denver, its only U.S. office, and has plans to add more personnel, but about half of its space will be dedicated to product development, said Merle McCreery, Boa CFO.

Read more at the Denver Business Journal: http://bit.ly/2d1WfHb

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