A five-story, 421,000-square-foot apartment complex with 366 units is being built on the former site of a carpet and furniture store.
The store said it had revenue of $1.7 million in 2019 and $1.5 million in 2020, but as of Sept. 7 the 2021 revenue was just $20,577.
The 85-unit redevelopment would replace several two- and three-story commercial buildings along Detroit Street built between the 1960s and 2000.
The Salazars signed on as a franchisee of the theater chain after talks with LiveNation about a concert venue fell apart.
The Longmont-based startup aims to be “an outdoor adventure brand, and not just a packraft or paddle company,” said co-founder Kelley Smith.
Boffi, which had operated under Solesdi within its RiNo showroom, is opening its own store at 215 Saint Paul St.
“Neither of our hearts are really in it anymore. It’s just time for both of us to move on,” said Elle Taylor, who co-owns the local chain with Breezy Sanchez.
A lawsuit claims that a dispute over the Save A Lot’s loading ramp is really about its landlord’s desire to redevelop the site into apartments.
Goodly Cookies, a Utah-based chain, will open its first Colorado store at 1750 Wewatta St. in The Coloradan condo building.
Two Denver-based firms plan to build a three-story apartment complex on the 1.2-acre site with 90 units and about 5,500 square feet of retail space.