A Hummer used in “Zombieland” is Zack Loffert’s daily driver. “I felt that the collection was hidden,” he said of his 60 vehicles that will be displayed starting May 15.
Exchange at Boulevard One was originally supposed to be anchored by Lucky’s Market, but the chain pulled out before filing for bankruptcy last year.
“There are already a lot of Queen City references out there, and I was ready to be different,” said the owner of her new shops, Recital and Please, Plants.
“It’s not easy to get a job as an artist, so you kind of have to create some sort of trade or craft out of what you learned,” said the owner of Here in Heaven in Cap Hill.
The Denver-based retailer’s 5,000-square-foot spot in the Golden Triangle will be its first to feature “frictionless technology” that automates purchases.
He is now a part-owner and designer at Himali, which makes gear for the world’s highest and harshest environments.
The founder of Pedestrian Shops said a “shocking” unsolicited offer prompted the listing. It’s unclear whether the store would stay if the building sells.
The office supplier plans to focus on its IT services and expects retail to be less than 20 percent of the company’s sales.
The 56-year-old complex of showrooms in Adams County will be shuttered at the end of March. The property is being sold to a developer.
The owners, who include the vegetarian restaurant’s founder Daniel Landes, also own a small hotel in Mexico.