It will be the first Denver store for the startup, which plans to introduce its first electric sedan and go public this year.
The retail and office district is the de facto downtown, but occupancy has been declining.
The retailer will open a temporary pop-up shop at 575 Lincoln St. before opening a permanent store at 909 Bannock St. in December.
Pedestrian Shops claims customers can’t use its parking spaces because of My Brother’s Bar’s igloo-like enclosures and picnic tables.
Lucchese, which makes the official boot of the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and many other kinds, is filling a space in the Kimpton Hotel Born building.
Kardia Coffee finally opened June 16 at 2401 Blake St. after postponing its May 2020 opening due to the pandemic. “It’s a labor of love,” said Allye Wagner.
Lulu’s Furniture and Decor has relocated several times since it first opened in Denver in 2007.
Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii is headquartered in Denver but hasn’t had any stores here. It also plans to open a shop near Colorado Springs.
The grocer, which has seven stores in Denver and 41 in Colorado, will have a location next to the former Punch Bowl Social in the old air traffic control center.
Volcon ePowersports, which launched in 2020, is opening a store in the former Shea Boutique space next to Il Posto at 2605 Larimer St.