The Swedish company known for vehicle accessories like rooftop bike carriers is taking 1,600 square feet in Market Station.
The largest tenant, Colorado Antique Mall, is staying but it will lose some of its parking spaces.
Locally, income-restricted projects in Denver, Lakewood, Arvada, Commerce City and Littleton made the list released this week by the CHFA.
“It taught us we don’t need as big a space,” co-owner Erin Markham said of the coronavirus pandemic. “It taught us we need a patio.”
“The plaintiffs have not deterred us,” the nonprofit that would manage the camp said in a statement. “Instead, the plaintiffs have lit a fire underneath us.”
A developer is under contract to buy the real estate at 123 Speer Blvd., including a five-story octagonal tower, and will likely demolish the structure.
DCP Midstream is moving its headquarters into 72,000 square feet at 6900 Layton St., which still leaves its three top floors available.
Amazon did not confirm it but a shopping center owner’s website refers to a “future grocery store” and “national tenant” taking the former Stein Mart space.
The Park Hill site will have 33 tents instead of the 45 announced in April in response to feedback from the affluent neighborhood.
Chicago-based McCaffery Interests submitted a concept plan to the city last week for a 175-unit building at 3510 Brighton Blvd. and 3509 Wynkoop St.