HubSpot along Des Moines' Riverwalk will reopen for daily rentals
The former Riverwalk Hub restaurant will reopen as a private event space for next year, Des Moines Parks and Recreation Director Ben Page told Axios Tuesday.
Catch up fast: The glass-enclosed facility, commonly referenced as the HubSpot, was constructed in 2006 as part of the Principal Riverwalk in downtown.
- It was the longtime location for the restaurant, which closed in June after its operators terminated the lease.
What's happening: Some new furniture and light renovations for extended counter space will be completed in coming months, Page said.
- Rentals will begin around May 1 and can accommodate up to 100 people.
Details: The parks staff is recommending daily rental fees between $210 and $315.
- Rental times would be between 10am and 9pm.
Of note: The city has high demand for enclosed event space, Page said.
- The Ding Darling Shelter at Birdland Park, which is about the same size as the HubSpot, was rented 121 times last year, he said.
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