EXDO Management, led by Andrew Feinstein, is looking to redevelop the block with partners Elevation Development Group and Kentro Group.
The five-story structure once held offices and research labs serving the surrounding hospital.
2019 will be the first time franchisees open more locations than corporate, according to an executive with the Denver-based chain.
Seattle-based The Riveter expects to open locally by mid-2019, although a spokeswoman said the company has yet to sign a lease.
Blind Faith owner Tom Martinez also owns De Steeg Brewing; the two brands have been sharing space on Tennyson Street. Saint Patrick’s is going wholesale-only.
“Everybody wants to wear Lululemon,” said Carolina Way, who hopes to convert some to her local alternative.
Denver-based GrowCo Inc. said in the filing last week that it owes at least $8.55 million to fewer than 50 creditors, although it disputes several million dollars’ worth of those claims.
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“We started at the Tabor Center, and we’re basically radiating out from that area,” a Gusto spokesman said.
WestRock told the Colorado labor department last week that the facility will shut down around late March.