Property Markets Group paid $2 million last week for 2126 and 2130 Arapahoe St. The company is still eyeing one more parcel.
The Local Butcher’s new location will be more than three times the size of its first one, which means more cuts of meat and ready-to-eat options.
Records indicate the Seattle-based company, which passed over Denver in its HQ2 search, is taking three floors.
The family restaurant closed at the end of 2018. Now a North Carolina-based company wants to redevelop the site.
Sally Ogilby has been teaching Block21 Fitness classes at other studios around town. But now she’s getting her own space.
“When The New York Times covers Denver … it’s really focused on RiNo,” Kyle Zeppelin said. “It is a very signature neighborhood.”
Restaurateur Sean Ellis is behind the two concepts, which are slated to open in March or early April.
The unit, an effort to gather public feedback about the block’s future, comes in the wake of a redevelopment proposal that was abandoned after criticism.
A-Basin exec: The parking situation has steadily become more of a challenge … we felt like we were getting a lot of negative feedback.”
Castle Marne owner: “In all honesty, I would like to see it sold to someone who would like a very unique, very special single-family residence.”