Basis will be carried in 90 of the chain’s Colorado stores come April.
Snarf’s Sandwiches, Sip | Eat + Drink, Uncle Joe’s Hong Kong Bistro and Liv Sotheby’s lease space in the building.
The location opened in 2015.
Owner says RiNo tourism was good for business, but she and her husband are ready for a new adventure.
But another boutique based in Massachusetts is interested in taking over the space, according to the landlord.
The Longmont-based company launched a Kickstarter campaign this week, and had raised more than half of its $30,000 goal as of Thursday afternoon.
And a second apartment complex now has opened at the massive development site.
The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday, less than a week after the news broke of plans for mass store closures.
Ricardo Bottome has found a buyer for Slackline Industries, and hopes to do the same for TreePod.
The company also told the state it plans to lay off all 202 employees at its Niwot headquarters by April 7.