Denver Business Journal | H&M sets date for Cherry Creek mall opening

H&M confirmed Monday that its third Colorado store will open at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center on Sept. 13, 13 months after plans for the store were announced.

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Victory Crossing Seeks Commercial Tenants to Serve 2 Million Annual Visitors!

Check out the new development in the works out at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado.

Featuring over 2 Million Annual Visitors!

Now Available:

  • 1-20 Acre Super Pads for Retail, Office & Hotel
  • Inline Space from 1,000 SF & Up
  • Restaurant Pad with Rooftop Patio Option

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Denver Business Journal | Kroenke firm building Victory Crossing near stadium

Kroenke Sports and Entertain­ment (KSE) hopes to score a “GOOOAAALLLLL” with its planned Victory Crossing development next door to the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park soccer and lacrosse stadium.

Victory Crossing is planned for 250 acres near Quebec Street and 56th Avenue in Commerce City.

After the project was stalled for years by the recession, KSE brought aboard Mark Lucas as director of real estate, shored up all the entitlements with Commerce City and launched a website for the new project ( Entitlements are the rights obtained through government approvals required to build an improvement on land.

“The market timing is …

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Nation’s Restaurant News | Top Five Consumer Pick’s for Family Dining Chains

Thousands of diners rated 152 chains in our second annual survey. How did your brand stack up?

The customer experience — that sum of all the parts that affect a consumer’s interaction with your brand — has always been important, but never more so than it is today.

To better understand the elements that comprise that all-powerful dining experience, Nation’s Restaurant News and WD Partners developed the Consumer Picks survey, a comprehensive study of customer attitudes culled from covering 152 restaurants brands, up from 139 chains from last year.

Denver Business Journal | Larimer Square restaurants undergo change

The restaurants of Larimer Square are changing.

Earlier this month, Lime closed its doors after 11 years at its lower-level location at 1414 Larimer St. with plans to relocate to the Denver Pavilions, according to its website and a liquor license application with the City of Denver

Meanwhile, a new upscale, 24-hour diner concept by the founder of Smashburger is set to open in a couple of months at the spot where the Samba Room used to be located, 1460 Larimer St.

Dubbed Tom’s Urban 24, the new concept will include full bar service and “modern fusion comfort food,” said Stacie Lange, spokeswoman for Consumer Capital Partners, an investment firm owned by Rick Schaden which also owns the fast-growing Smashburger chain. Smashburger’s founder, Tom Ryan, is behind the new restaurant.

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