Capital One Cafe to open in Triangle Building

Capital One Café is the latest tenant to be announced for The Triangle Building on Wewatta Street.

The new banking concept offers cafe-style service along with ambassadors to assist with banking needs. The cafe, slated to open this fall, will feature an open design with space for visitors to have comfortable conversations with each other and with Café Ambassadors. It will serve handcrafted espresso, coffee and tea beverages from Peet's Coffee & Tea, as well as baked goods from local businesses. 

Capital One Cafés currently are in six markets across the country, including Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco and St. Cloud, Minnesota. The Triangle Building location will be about 8,600 square feet with four ATMs, two nooks and one meeting room for customers, partners and community members to use for work space.

"At Capital One, we're reimagining banking so that it's a simple, straightforward experience designed for you," says Stacy Jones, spokesperson for Capital One. "As a digital bank that relies on great design to better improve customer experience, we have long wanted to build a presence in Denver. People are at the heart of everything we do, which is why we aim to keep the banking experience simple and straightforward whether you're mobile, online at the ATM or in one of our Capital One Cafés, where our approach to banking really comes to life."

Capital One Café will join fellow tenants WeWork, Liberty Global, Autodesk and Stella's on 16th in The Triangle Building.

"Capital One Café is the perfect addition to The Triangle Building as it will appeal to people on the move in the Union Station area wanting to fulfill a banking need or to simply connect to Wi-Fi over a great cup of coffee," says Chris Frampton, managing partner at East West Partners. "We love that it's a new concept to Denver, as The Triangle Building has solidified itself as a magnet for innovation in the community."

Contact Confluence Denver Development News Editor Margaret Jackson with tips and leads for future stories at margaret@confluence-denver.com.

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