The property at the corner of 32nd and Vallejo last sold in 2014.
The existing retail buildings at the southwest corner of 3rd and Josephine are occupied by a Chinese restaurant and a dry cleaners.
“We’re very upset,” the creperie’s owner said. “I’m kind of in the dark,” the landlord said.
The building was formerly home to Little Beast Street Food and Uber Sausage.
Work is underway on a third location of Cherry Cricket, the burger-and-beer joint whose roots in Denver date to 1945.
Michael Mueller sold the property where Cozy Cottage continues to operate for $1.8 million. He paid $850,000 for it in 2015.
The Larimer Street property is currently home to Aloy Modern Thai and Botellón Spanish Tapas & Wine.
Kenneth Monfort and partners have also begun work on Riot House down the block from Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row.
The restaurant’s real estate off I-70 was bought last week by developers Travis McAfoos and Jack Buchanan.
“Construction costs are killing more business momentum than anything,” said a broker as to the reason why the eatery won’t be opening on Pearl Street.