New Retail Openings & Property Sales from Crosbie Real Estate Group

5280 Karate Academy opening at Bowles Avenue Marketplace in Littleton, CO.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter.

7-Eleven coming soon to 34th & York and the Sheraton Hotel at 1550 Court Place in Denver, as well as in Boulder on 13th Ave & College St.  Brokers:  Andy Buettner & Eli Boymel.

Goodwill Industries of Denver adding four new locations at 303 University Blvd, 461 E 66th Ave and at Quebec Square in Denver, as well as Westview Shopping Center in Longmont.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter.

Jackson Hewitt Tax Service will be opening at Southwest Commons Shopping Center in Littleton and Cherry Knolls Shopping Center in Centennial.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter.

 

The former Wachovia at 2101 E Arapahoe in Centennial sold to 2101 E Arapahoe LLC.  Brokers:  Scott Steputis & Rich Hobbs.

Fast Signs opening its doors at 1485 S Colorado Blvd in Denver.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter.

Murphy Oil coming soon to Gateway Timnath in Timnath.  Brokers:  Andy Buettner & Rich Hobbs.

Aveda will be opening a new salon at Centennial Shopping Center at 360 McCaslin Blvd in Louisville.  Broker:  Eli Boymel.

5 Star Burgers will open at the Shops at 6th & Broadway in Denver.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter.

The Denver Post | Denver official’s push to attract In-N-Out Burger generates plenty of sizzle

Burger lovers listen up: California’s In-N-Out Burger​ chain is in Colorado’s future if a member of Denver’s City Council has his way.

Recently, District 8 Councilman Albus Brooks posted to his Facebook page that he had a great conversation “with folks tied to In-N-Out execs. How hungry are y’all to have them come to Denver?”

Read more: http://www.denverpost.com/legislature/ci_19636154
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The Denver Post | Denver shops’ move to Broadway signals area’s continued revival

Denver’s Broadway retail corridor is getting a new injection of life at an old Woolworth’s site. A trio of Denver retailers have renovated the 99-year-old building at First Avenue and Broadway and will open beginning next week.

Buffalo Exchange, Fancy Tiger Clothing and Fancy Tiger Crafts are relocating existing stores to the site.

The $2.7 million project is expected to draw a fresh stream of customers to an area that has experienced a heady renaissance over the past decade.

Read more: http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_19589595
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Denver Business Journal | Goodwill to open new stores in Stapleton, Longmont

Goodwill Industries of Denver will continue its expansion next year, building on the momentum of a strong 2011 when the nonprofit company opened its 24th store and an Outlet World. The company will open two new stores in early 2012, one in Longmont at 1750 N. Main St. in Westview Plaza. It will convert a 27,275-square-foot retail space that used to be an Albertsons for a retail store as well as a drive-up donation location.

Nice work Rich Otterstetter!

Read more:  www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2011/12/20/goodwill-to-open-new-stores-in.html?s=image_gallery
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The Denver Post | Shop Watch: A salon that’s also a bar is a cut above + more retail openings in Denver Metro!

By Boots Gifford, Associate Editor/Special Sections – Denver Business Journal

After a brief break to peruse the fare at the Christmas fairs in Hungary and Austria, Show Watch is back to business. Here’s a roundup of recent openings while I was away.

Do cocktails with your ’do

Is it a salon? Is it bar? Well, Fluff Bar is all that and more.

Opened Dec. 1 at 1516 Wazee in downtown Denver, Fluff is under the direction of Los Angeles stylist Britt Chambers.

“I am thrilled to launch Fluff in Denver,” said Chambers in a statement. “We created Fluff with the intention of establishing a new hotspot, where ladies can get a quick blowout or chic style, have their makeup professionally applied or their nails done; meanwhile men have access to services including professional straight razor shaves, all in the fun, energetic setting of a chic bar.”

Read more: http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/blog/shop_watch/2011/12/shop-watch.html?ed=2011-12-09&s=article_du&ana=e_du_pap
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Former Linens ‘n Things Bldg. Sells for $2 Million

Lincoln Financial Group sold the former Linens ‘n Things building at 7797 E. 36th Ave. in Denver to Goodwill Industries of Denver for $2 million, or about $62 per square foot.

The 32,077-square-foot retail building was constructed in 2002 in the Denver Central Retail submarket as part of the Quebec Square at Stapleton shopping center. The center is anchored by Sam’s Club and Home Depot.

Rich Hobbs and Richard Otterstetter of Crosbie Real Estate Group represented the seller.

Please see CoStar COMPS #2211515 for more information on this transaction.