The Bovine Metropolis Theater on Champa Street was all about improv, but The Jester’s Palace plans to host all kinds of entertainment.
Commercial Real Estate
The 85-unit redevelopment would replace several two- and three-story commercial buildings along Detroit Street built between the 1960s and 2000.
The owners of Factotum Brewhouse said their landlord wanted rent “akin to what breweries in RiNo were paying, which we rightfully felt was overpriced.”
High-fidelity bars such as ESP play vinyl records through superb speakers. The owners encourage patrons to listen to the music instead of talking.
“There’s probably a 1,000-bed shortage right now” in Winter Park, said Bob Fanch. “If you can’t find a rental, where do you live?”
It’ll be a lot easier for our team to get in and out to the freeway from there,” said founder Alex Ringsby of the 1801 W. Colfax Ave. location.
The eight-story, 111,000-square-foot structure completed last year by Beacon Capital Partners at 3660 Blake St. was originally envisioned as a hotel.
The four-story, 41,144-square-foot space — kitty-corner from the Colorado State Capitol — has been home to the Colorado Education Association for 30 years.
Beacon Capital Partners and Elevation Development Group propose a 12-story building with 300,000 square feet.
The local coffee shop opened a bakery downtown called Owlette after its former baked goods source stopped offering wholesale during the pandemic.