Owner Ryan Cobbins wants to make some improvements but he’s open to being bought out of the business he founded in 2010.
“After a few visits and doing some research, we found that Five Points is a home for some of Denver’s most enticing and exciting foods,” said a cofounder.
A tenant rebellion against Flyfisher, a major property owner along Welton Street, spilled into public view this spring.
Businesses that lease from The Flyfisher Group accuse the firm and CEO Matthew Burkett of bogus charges and trying to wrest control of their operations.
The Flyfisher Group’s lawsuit against Coffee at the Point says it paid the owner cash as agreed for the eatery but the owner did not transfer the assets.
The restaurant’s lease ends in March and the owners couldn’t reach an agreement with the landlord to stay, so it’s relocating from 2736 to 2883 Welton St.
The 94-unit complex would replace what is currently a parking lot at 2137 Glenarm Place.