The businesses, mostly coffee stores and restaurants, could end up not paying $510,700 over 15 months due to COVID-19.
The company paid $675,000 for the property in 2004 and its CEO said it needed the profits from the sale to offset the pandemic.
“We should be acting like partners, not adversaries,” he said of the firm that paid $55 million for his real estate holdings, making him its biggest local tenant.
Bacon Social House signed a lease for the 2,500-square-foot space at 2160 S. Broadway in 2019 but the pandemic delayed its debut until Friday.
The chain asked a judge in January to rule it can terminate its lease for the 16th Street Mall restaurant, which has been shuttered since last March.
Lorena Cantarovici said she learned Monday that Harris wanted to host a discussion about the COVID relief bill at her South Broadway restaurant.
The extra fees, ranging from 3.5 percent to 20 percent, debuted during the pandemic but will likely remain after it ends.
Fitness startup CLMBR, which has some famous fitness investors, is taking over the Corner Beet as a new showroom.
An earlier plan to land in Curtis Park fell apart, so the Longmont brewery found another spot for its expansion into Denver.
The landlord said the lease will let Stoney’s Cantina pay part of its rent as a portion of sales until COVID restrictions are removed.