At both places, “You order what you see, not what you read from a menu,” chef Mario Petit said.
“Due to their height and uniqueness, the silos have become a visually orienting feature within the Baker neighborhood,” city staff wrote in a report.
Nonprofit Urban Land Conservancy and Medici Consulting Group are partnering on the 66-unit project.
Seller: “Most people, even in the real estate industry, don’t know it’s an office building.”
The new home was sold by the owner of the ViewHouse restaurant chain.
An apartment developer bought the structure at 990 Bannock St. and an adjacent parking lot last year.
In announcing it is bailing from the Epic Pass, A-Basin blamed congestion. Loveland and Eldora face a similar squeeze.
“When The New York Times covers Denver … it’s really focused on RiNo,” Kyle Zeppelin said. “It is a very signature neighborhood.”
The Shwayder family lived at 637 Galapago St. in Lincoln Park when it formed the company that would become Samsonite.
Afshin Safavi said he likes that the site, zoned for up to eight stories, is a candidate for redevelopment.