Koko Ni will fill the previous space of Lea Jane’s Hot Chicken. Both eateries are owned by Fam Hospitality.
210 University last sold for $38.8 million in 2007, and was marketed by JLL as a redevelopment opportunity.
What started as a wholesale coffee business will open its third coffee shop and the owners plan to add two more in Baker and Wheat Ridge.
Hwaro Korean BBQ’s owners say a minor clerical error is being used to kick them out before the restaurant can open.
“I want to offer something affordable and easily accessible, yet still chef driven,” said Mary Nguyen of Little Finch and its to-go meals.
The company is also looking farther afield with a new deal brewing in Montana.
Architects and public information advocates disagree whether the public needs to see building plans in an era of mass shootings.
“Saving cats is what I was meant to do,” said Sarah Thomas, whose Teddy Cat Cafe will feature cats from Denver Animal Hospital needing adoption.
He said it’s “a stretch” to call the restaurant critical infrastructure but some information such as camera locations could help a shooter.
The 250-foot-tall structure with 285 apartments would replace a pair of office buildings but keep Cherokee Row at 11th Avenue and Cherokee Street.