The building off I-70 has been a restaurant for 75 years. But its latest version has devolved into lawsuits and a blame game.
“For the majority of independent restaurants, if not all, this makes zero sense. And all it does is hurt them,” said restaurateur Juan Padro.
President Joe Biden visited a location in Washington, D.C., where the company was founded, shortly after his inauguration.
The planned complex will have 300 units and be five stories high, much shorter than the nine stories originally proposed.
Francois Safieddine has owned the undeveloped lot since 2012, when he bought it for $950,000.
Meet Everyday Pizza, from the folks who brought you Somebody People. There are no fake meats served on the vegan pies and the “cheeses” are derived from nuts.
Owner Ryan Cobbins wants to make some improvements but he’s open to being bought out of the business he founded in 2010.
Mainspring is just the third owner since it was built in 1928. The seller, nonprofit Women’s Bean Project, is moving to 1300 W. Alameda Ave.
“After a few visits and doing some research, we found that Five Points is a home for some of Denver’s most enticing and exciting foods,” said a cofounder.
The seller was the Denver Housing Authority, which had owned the commercial building since 1982 but never converted it into housing.