The building housed a Whole Foods store until it closed in 2017, and Whole Foods will operate the new store under another brand it owns.
EMW Carpets & Furniture, which has been a fixture along South Broadway since 1923, will make way for a proposed five-story, 380-unit apartment complex.
“Their concierge was calling me to do flowers, so I’m looking at this empty flower shop knowing I needed to make a move pretty quick,” said Bouquets owner BJ Dyer on moving into an annex building at the hotel.
The lawsuit claims the Swedish company, which signed a seven-year lease in 2016 and still operates the shop seven days a week, owes $88,760 in rent and $38,261 for other expenses.
The Exchange at Boulevard One complex under construction at the southwest corner of 1st Avenue and Quebec Street was supposed to house a Lucky’s Market, but the grocer filed for bankruptcy.
The 20,500-square-foot building at 900 E. 11th Ave., which is being renovated, displays the name of a grocery store in Boulder that Whole Foods has owned since 2007.
Amethyst Coffee owner nixes tipping at three locations and gives her workers “a living wage.”
As more people choose activities that allow for social distancing, makers of paddle boards, bikes, skis and RVs are struggling to keep up with sales amid supply chain disruptions.
An employee said the restaurant has operated for 35 years and was sold as part of the deal.
There are 24 of the used-car retailer’s glass towers dispensing vehicles around the country but this would be the first in Colorado.