Four more tenants commit to under-construction Park Hill development, joining Sexy Pizza

A rendering of Park Hill Commons. (Photos courtesy Park Hill Commons)

Park Hill Commons is keeping it local.

The block-long redevelopment project being built along the 2800 block of North Fairfax Street has lured four more tenants. The Knotty Kids Salon, Olivet Salon, Body In Motion Chiropractic and Seto Family Dentistry — all Denver-based businesses — will join Sexy Pizza in the project’s retail space.

Five local businesses will take up retail space at Park Hill Commons.

All five businesses are slated to open next summer, according to a press release. Denver-based HM Capital is behind the project, which broke ground in January.

The Knotty Kids Salon, a full-service salon for kids, will be moving its 2-year-old business from 8384 Northfield Blvd. in Stapleton to the Park Hill development, according to a post on its Facebook page. The post said that the new space also will include a quieter room for children with sensory issues.

The Park Hill outpost will be a second location for Body in Motion Chiropractic, according to the press release. The practice’s original offices are located inside Runners Roost, a running shoe store, at 1685 S. Colorado Blvd.

Seto Family Dentistry and Olivet Salon are both new businesses, per the press release. The owner of Olivet Salon also runs Mindy Verdecchio Hair salon at 8384 E. Northfield Blvd. in Stapleton.

Park Hill Commons under construction. (BizDen file photo)

Park Hill Commons developer HM Capital previously told BusinessDen that the project will include a total of 14 retail spaces, ranging in size from 250 to 2,000 square feet.

The development is also slated to incorporate new residential units, office spaces and retail, all centered around a park.

HM Capital is also behind Sunnyside’s Block Forty45 project, another mixed-use development that includes coworking, retail space and residential units.

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