“We are going to reevaluate the project next year and be patient and wait for the hospitality industry to recover,” Isiah Salazar said.
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A Texan native launches a modern architecture and design firm in Evergreen, a new chief medical officer joins a mental health network, and more in this week’s Herd.
Seattle-based Loftium, which said one-third of its 600 properties are in Denver, is negotiating to reduce lease payments to landlords.
Hotel rooms are planned, although the coronavirus halted the signing of an agreement.
A church will move into a portion of the Berkeley building, but about 9,000 square feet is still available for lease.
Junction Food & Drink will be located within Colorado Center, the office-and-retail complex that is already home to Dave & Buster’s.
From a 28-story Marriott downtown to a hostel in Five Points, a lot more places to stay are planned in the Mile High City.
Hotel Perenne, being developed by the Salazar family office Central Street Capital, is planned for the corner of 18th and Central streets.
Summer and winter are coming together as Slope Threads moves in with Mountain Side Gear Rentals.
The New York-based company currently operates three hotels, all in Miami, but it’s preparing to open in Denver soon.