Sushi restaurant to open along Tejon Street in Sunnyside

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The building at 4100 Tejon St. in Denver sold for $675,000. (Madison Commercial Properties)

Sunnyside is getting a sushi joint.

The 2,230-square-foot building at 4100 N. Tejon St. — previously home to Northside Bronco Stop, a retailer catering to local football fans — sold this month for $675,000, according to public records.

Broker Doug Gates of Madison Commercial Properties represented the buyer, Andy Cao.

The firm said Cao owns Broomfield’s Ooka Sushi & Asian Cuisine and plans to open a second sushi restaurant at the Sunnyside location.

Northside Bronco Stop closed at the end of 2018. Angel Duran opened the business in 2014, according to Westword. It shared space with her mother Esmeralda Duran’s gift shop, Esmey’s Gift World, which opened at the site in 1989.

The family sold the building to Cao. Brokers Ryan Lawless and Kevin Woolsey of Denver Realty Group represented the sellers.

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