“The space and the rooftop patio really inspired the brand,” said a VP of the company that owns The Deck, a taphouse that also serves brunch.
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The announcement of the new Baker location comes on the heels of the coffee shop’s recent lease on Tennyson Street.
John Sheridan paid $1.9 million for the lot at 2826 E. 3rd Ave. The building on it will become his when the ground lease expires in 2031.
Pearl Izumi was purchased by United Sports Brands earlier this year. Remaining employees will either work remotely or move to California.
The 75-year-old restaurant and watering hole has struggled financially this year, leading to closures, staffing shortages and infighting.
The buyer, GM Development, has already brought new life to a condemned hostel in Uptown and a shuttered funeral home in Berkeley.
A gargantuan roundup this week with gyms, law firms and ice cream shops leasing space along with downtown office deals and apartment sales.
The owner of the massive 1,500-room resort near DIA argued the property should be valued at $270 million.
Coal Creek will include four buildings totaling more than 366,000 square feet. The project is expected to break ground early next year with completion expected in the second half of 2024.
A five-story, 123-unit complex is planned for the property, which was previously home to a tortilla factory.