“This is a modern-day David vs. Goliath case, and we’re packing a full Ball Hammock,” said Shinesty’s CEO of its fight over men’s underwear trademarks with Tommy John.
Dog House Denver at 5010 E. Colfax Ave. will offer retail goods, daycare, grooming, boarding and training services in 6,500 square feet of space.
Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy, which already has two spots in the Denver area, will be adding five more around the state.
“It’s a dark, dingy basement. But we’re doing our best to make it an awesome space for people to sip and enjoy vintage cocktails,” said the owner.
But the Salt Lake City-based outdoor gear retailer is still opening one along Pearl Street in Boulder.
The Swedish company known for vehicle accessories like rooftop bike carriers is taking 1,600 square feet in Market Station.
The largest tenant, Colorado Antique Mall, is staying but it will lose some of its parking spaces.
“You look at South Gaylord, you look at Wash Park, it’s like, ‘Yes, this goes here,’ ” said a co-owner of Modern Bungalow of the 1028 Gaylord St. building.
Denver has identified parts of town that already have an “undue concentration” of such businesses. Applicants must also meet a “social equity” criteria.
Amazon did not confirm it but a shopping center owner’s website refers to a “future grocery store” and “national tenant” taking the former Stein Mart space.