In an email sent to family members and business partners, Brian Watson, who ran for state treasurer in 2018, denied wrongdoing.
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The building previously was home to Paramount Fabrics and Alpine Window Coverings.
The company now has about 47,000 square feet at 1900 16th St.
“When we re-opened Racines, there wasn’t the Broadway corridor,” Lee Goodfriend said. “There wasn’t RiNo. LoDo was mostly bars. The competition has become enormous.”
This is the first set of plans to include a rendering.
Jon Cerf said a Core Progression franchisee will open in the space, and that he has one other tenant lined up.
The structure most recently was home to pizzeria Tony P’s, and prior to that gay bar JR’s.
The lot is 20,703 square feet, or 0.48 acres, making the deal worth $323 a square foot.
“We will attract the digital nomads who want to live in Golden … take advantage of the outdoor amenities, and be close to I-70 to head up to the mountains easily,” CEO Tim Walsh said.
“A lot of what landlords are doing is really dictated by their lender,” said John Livaditis, who owns shopping centers and regularly represents other retail landlords.