Bose pulls the plug on Cherry Creek store

The Bose location has been vacated. Photos by Aaron Kremer.

The Bose location on First Avenue has been vacated. Photos by Aaron Kremer.

The music has stopped at a Cherry Creek electronics store.

Bose shut down in late February at Clayton Lane at 2791 E. First Ave. The shop is currently vacant and its walls are covered in construction paper.

Representatives for Bose did not return calls seeking comment on the store’s closure. The company’s departure leaves a 3,000-square-foot vacancy at Clayton Lane, right at First Avenue and Detroit Street.

Bose has two outlets in the Denver region: one in Castle Rock and one in Loveland.

Bose marks a second loss for Clayton Lane in recent months. Sears announced in January it would be shutting down its 150,000-square-foot anchor store and auto center.

The shopping center is owned by Connecticut-based AmCap. AmCap directed questions on the Bose store to Dave Hadsell, vice president of Clayton Lane’s property manager Centennial Realty Advisors. Hadsell said the 3,000-square-foot vacancy is being actively marketed, but offered no further comment.

A recently updated listing on Loopnet shows a total of 21,583 square feet available at Clayton Lane, including the former Bose storefront. Kelly Greene of Urban Legend is the listing agent for Clayton Lane. Greene did not return phone calls seeking comment by press time.

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