“Our customers are pretty much anyone who finds a fascination with the slightly macabre or extremely dark,” said the owner of The Learned Lemur.
The deal works out to $1,000 a square foot, which brokers said is a record for a multi-tenant retail building along the Front Range.
Western Development Group has unloaded several of its assets in the neighborhood in recent years.
“Denver is one of the gateways to the West,” the founder said as to why the Texas-based company is opening a store here.
The apparel company opened its only Colorado location in the Denver Pavilions in 2016 and signed a 10-year lease.
Social Cannabis owner Daniel Morgan was busted with pot in his 20s. Now he could own the city’s first new dispensary since 2016.
Andrea Leo wanted a job where she could bring her two kids to work, so she opened Sun Market on 22nd Avenue.
Rivian has requested city permits to build a 21,219-square-foot service center with offices at 3893 N. Steele St.
The Austins owned the 2.3-acre Square One at Colorado Boulevard and Mississippi Avenue since the late 1940s but the descendants decided to “enjoy our sunset years.”
The 40,000-square-foot store is about a third of the size of a regular Target and replaced what used to be a Stein Mart.