Boffi, which had operated under Solesdi within its RiNo showroom, is opening its own store at 215 Saint Paul St.
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The real estate firm feuding with developer Ken Wolf also landed several new tenants, including apparel brand Outdoor Voices.
“Neither of our hearts are really in it anymore. It’s just time for both of us to move on,” said Elle Taylor, who co-owns the local chain with Breezy Sanchez.
Non Plus Ultra, which is also taking over some booking for RiNo venue ReelWorks Denver, targets spaces “that would otherwise be sitting empty.”
The deal is worth about $275 a square foot for the 2.3 acres bounded by Blake, Walnut, 33rd and 34th streets, which is currently home to several industrial buildings.
A partnership led by Hyder Construction’s Tom McLagan purchased the three-story, 45,000-square-foot structure at 1000 N. Broadway this week.
The private club at 4125 S. University Blvd. purchased three lots near the golf course’s 18th hole this summer for $5.8 million.
The private school paid $5 million for the three-story structure at 333 S. Allison Parkway, which it plans to use for its headquarters and nursing school.
The latest plans call for a seven-story, 153-room hotel to be built on 0.43 acres along Brighton Boulevard currently home to industrial buildings.
“The corner of 2nd and Clayton is truly a main and main location in Cherry Creek,” Broe Real Estate Group CEO Doug Wells said of the construction site.