Daily Camera | Louisville approves Alfalfa’s-anchored redevelopment for Safeway site

LOUISVILLE — It took nearly 18 months and more than half a dozen contentious neighborhood and public meetings, but Tuesday night, Louisville’s elected leaders gave their blessing to a plan to redevelop a long-abandoned Safeway — a project that will likely bring natural grocer Alfalfa’s Market to the city.

The Louisville City Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution that allows Boulder developer Jim Loftus to move ahead with construction of a 111-unit luxury apartment complex with structured parking and 33,700 square feet of retail along South Boulder Road.

Plans call for the bulk of that retail space to come in the form of a 24,000-square-foot Alfalfa’s — including a 1,500-square-foot community room — at the corner of South Boulder Road and Centennial Drive.

Read more: http://www.dailycamera.com/louisville-news/ci_22039073/louisville-approves-alfalfas-anchored-redevelopment-safeway-site
Re-posted by: Crosbie Real Estate Group
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