“I think we’re able to provide owner-operators just a different sort of lens,” said Andrew Davis, of Downing Street Commercial Partners.
The brand still has locations in Englewood and along Santa Fe Drive.
The business’ name is a nod to baseball and Connecticut, where owner Kayla Fitzgerald grew up.
The building’s owner said on Facebook that the tattoo shop he owns next door will be moving in.
The company said it reached out to landlords about restructuring leases, and “We were unable to reach an agreement with our landlord in Westminster.”
And LGBT nightclub Tracks is spilling outside into “Rainbow Alley.”
The developers sold a site in Clayton for $77 million earlier this year.
Chase Bank already operates at the corner, which is anchored by a Walmart Supercenter.
“We still really believe in the neighborhood,” said Patrick Henry, who now controls the retail space within Kairoi’s Park 17 complex.
“I’m just simplifying my life,” said Justin Brunson. “I really want to focus on River Bear.”