Three more retail tenants have signed onto a 26-acre mixed-use development along Colorado Boulevard.
The developers behind 9+CO announced Tuesday that Elevation Cycles, Fluff Salon and Sweet Combforts have leased space in the project at 9th and Colorado Boulevard.
They join more than 15 previously announced retail tenants.
Bike shop Elevation Cycles is familiar to Denver. The company has three locations, in LoDo, Parker and Highlands Ranch. Fluff Salon has a location in LoDo.
Sweet Combforts is a dessert shop that serves Belgium Liege waffles on a stick. Customers can choose from shakes, ice cream and a variety of waffle pops, including one dipped in white chocolate and covered with Fruity Pebbles and cheesecake. The company has two locations, in Riverside, California, and Kansas City, Missouri.
9+CO, being developed at the former University of Colorado hospital site, is a joint venture between Continuum Partners and CIM Group.
Three retail tenants already have opened in the development. Chain Clean Juice opened in July, coffee shop Frank & Roze Coffee opened in November and chiropractor The Joint opened in January.
Other restaurants coming to the development include Chuy’s, Gelato Boy, Blanco Tacos & Tequila, Culinary Dropout, Hopdoddy Burger Bar, Postino WineCafe, Cava Grill and Pizzeria Locale.
Most tenants plan to open this year and a few will open next year, according to the developers.
Second apartment complex completed
In addition to retail, the development also includes office and residential space.
The project’s second apartment complex opened Tuesday, according to a press release. Milo has 319 micro, studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units across two buildings. Rates start at $1,216 per month for micro apartments and $3,285 for a three-bedroom unit, according to the release. Gables Residential will manage the complex.
The first apartment building, named Theo, opened in May 2018 with 275 units.