$6M per year in new leases queued up at DIA

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A new concessions plan includes Shake Shake and local favorites like Snooze and Hacienda Colorado. (DIA)

The Denver International Airport has plans to fill out the mezzanine of Concourse B with more than 10 new restaurants and coffee spots. And it wants to change a brewery into a Great Divide.

The concepts proposed for Concourse B include chains like Qdoba and Shake Shack, as well as local restaurants Snooze and Frank Bonanno’s Osteria Marco. The new restaurants will take up nearly 30,000 square feet.

Tenants in the airport pay a base rent fee in addition to a percentage of their gross annual sales, which is paid monthly. Base rent from the restaurants will bring in $6 million to the airport.

The leases still need to be approved by Denver City Council and the mayor.

Concept

Base Rent

% Sales Paid to DIA

Square Footage

Osteria Marco

$751,825

15.25%

4,123

Snooze

$674,050

15.25%

2,984

Hacienda Colorado

$746,787.50

15.25%

6,854

Veuve Cliquot

$210,375

16.50%

1,540

Wow Bao

$217,600

16%

770

Peets

$204,000

16%

770

City Wok

$518,500

15.25%

2,603

Grabba Green

$231,200

16%

1,000

Shack Shake

$750,975

14.25%

2,586

Qdoba

$583,312.50

15.25%

2,325

Jamba Juice

$169,575

14.25%

824

Great Divide
Concourse C

$1,006,868

15.79-18.5%

3,252

Total:

$6,065,068

                 29,631

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