Crosbie Real Estate Group | End of the Year Deals

Retail Openings & Property Sales throughout Colorado:

1Auto Zone will open a new location at 6795 W 120th Ave in Broomfield.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

2King Soopers will be adding a King Soopers Gas at Wildcat Shopping Center in Highlands Ranch.  Broker:  Rich Hobbs

3Goodwill Industries of Denver will open a 2nd retail location in Greeley and also in Boulder at Walnut Gardens Shopping Center.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

4Which Wich is coming soon to Southlands in Aurora.  Broker:  Eli Boymel

19A new downtown 7-11 location will be popping up at 18th & Welton in Denver as well as at Prairie Center in Brighton, 44th Ave & Sheridan Blvd in Denver and Federal Blvd & Hampden Ave in Englewood.  Brokers:  Eli Boymel & Andy Buettner

17Einstein Brothers Bagels is opening its 2nd location in Englewood at CityCenter Englewood shopping center.  Broker:  Rich Hobbs

18Koko Fit Club will open its 2nd Colorado location in Broomfield at 2355 W 136th Ave.  Broker:  Jeff Germain

5Arvada West Town Center welcomes Crystal Capiler Education Services.  Brokers:  Rich Otterstetter & Jeff Germain

6Rent-A-Center is coming to Westminster Plaza at W 72nd Ave & N Federal Blvd in Westminster.  Brokers:  Rich Otterstetter & Jeff Germain

7Centennial Promenade is excited to announce Picture People to its center.  Brokers:  Rich Hobbs & Rhonda Coy

8Beer garden concept, World of Beer, Udi’s and Jax’s Fish House will open at the new CitySet Phase II development at 600 S Colorado Blvd in Glendale.  Brokers:  Scott Crosbie, Andy Buettner, Scott Steputis

9Rite Time and Denver Eye Clinic will open, and Second Spin has renewed at 1485 S Colorado Blvd in Denver.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

10Strawberries Catering and Mar-tek have renewed at Hampden Business Center at 3535 Platte River Drive in Sheridan.  Brokers:  Eli Boymel & Scott Crosbie

11ATA Karate is opening soon at Standley Lake Marketplace in Westminster.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

12M. Pulse is coming to Arapahoe Marketplace in Greenwood Village.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

13Wheat Ridge Marketplace welcomes Mike’s Camera to the center.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

14A brand new tacos-concept to the Denver area will be coming soon to 605 Grant Street.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

15Scott Crosbie assisted in the sale of Applewood Shopping Center to Regency Centers at 3294 Youngfield in Wheat Ridge.

16Aspect Investments, LLC has purchased an office building at 13750 E Rice Place in Aurora.  Broker:  Eli Boymel


Denver Business Journal | Shop Watch: Panda Bicycles peddles into Highlands; Athleta opens in Park Meadows

Panda Bicycles peddles into Highlands

Panda Bicycles takes the green movement a spin further with its bamboo-constructed bicycles, opening its new shop at 2513 17th St. in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood.

Another metro location for Athleta

Women’s athletic and performance wear company Athleta continues to spread across the metro area with its latest shop opening Oct. 2 at Park Meadows Mall in Lone Tree.

More recent openings:

As reported in August, H&M’s Cherry Creek Shopping Center store planned on opening Sept. 13, which it has done.

As also reported in August, the Tavern Hospitality Group had secured a location at the home of the Denver BroncosSports Authority Field — that it is calling Mile High Tavern. Opening day for the new tavern location is now slated for Sunday, Sept. 23 — the next home game for the Broncos who will be playing the Houston Oilers.

Lucky’s Bakehouse and Creamery will open next to Lucky’s Market at 3990 Broadway in Boulder in October. Pastry Chef Jen Bush will operate the new bakery.

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Westword | New places from A (Ace) to Z (Zanitas): Restaurant roll call for August

Several much-anticipated restaurants opened in Denver last month, including Ace, a neighborhood hangout/ping-pong hall created by the folks behind Vesta Dipping Grill and Steuben’s. But August also saw the end of a few local institutions, including Pagliacci’s. Keep reading for our restaurant roll call…

Ace Eat Serve, 501 East 17th Avenue
Al Lado, 1610 Little Raven Street
Amerigo Delicatus, 2449 Larimer Street
Attivo, 955 Lincoln Street
Bob’s Atomic Burger, 1310 Ford Street, Golden
Chino Latino, 2200 Market Street
DipStik, mobile
Early Bird, 11940 Bradburn Boulevard, Westminster
Larkburger, 11985 Washington Street, Northglenn
Lil’s & Lou’s Wreck, 1432 Market Street
Little Dragon, 1305 Krameria Street
Nooch Vegan Market, 3360 Larimer Street
Pho 79, 1600 Champa Street
Pita Fresh, 2075 South University Boulevard
Prost Brewing, 2540 19th Street
Stacks Subs, 95 South Union Boulevard, Lakewood
The Steak Out Steakhouse, 1395 South Sheridan Boulevard, Lakewood
Taita Peruvian Cuisine, 1521 Marion Street
Uncle, 2215 West 32nd Avenue
The Universal, 2911 West 38th Avenue
Urban Bliss, 665 Flatiron Marketplace Drive, Broomfield
Zanitas, 1370 College Avenue, BoulderRESTAURANTS/VENUES CHANGING

Bj’s Restaurant & Brewhouse in Boulder (moved from 1125 Pearl Street to 1690 28th Street)
Odyssey Italian Restaurant, 603 East Sixth Avenue (formerly Odyssey Asian Bistro + Sushi)
Tony P‘s, 240 Milwaukee Street (formerly Pasquini’s)

Charlie Palmer’s District Tavern, 1631 Wazee Street
Conway’s Red Top, 390 North Circle Drive, Colorado Springs
Hooters, 1390 South Colorado Blvd
Liks at Bookery Nook, 4280 Tennyson Street
Pagliacci’s, 1440 West 33rd Avenue
Sam Taylor’s Bar-B-Que, 1500 Curtis Street
Santiago’s, 101 Gregory Street, Blackhawk
Wazee Wood-Fire Pizza, 1631 Wazee Street
World Cafe, 946 Pearl Street, Boulder

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Boulder Daily Camera | Boulder’s boom: More than 30 building projects on tap for next 2 years

Big changes are brewing in Boulder.

The city is on the brink of a building boom that — in relatively short time — could alter the look and feel of large parts of the city.

The developments that are expected to come online within the next two years are on track to add 1,500 apartments, a few hundred new hotel rooms and a large volume of new office and retail space.

Of the dozens of projects either in the planning process or already under construction, the Daily Camera has identified more than 30 private developments that are significant in size, location or historical context.

“This long list certainly contradicts the notion that Boulder is not growing — and, indeed, is a note of caution that we not rush to develop them all at once,” City Councilwoman Suzanne Jones wrote in an e-mail to the Camera. “There are finite options for new development and redevelopment within Boulder, so we need to proceed with deliberation, creativity and even restraint to ensure that this pulse of building activity reflects Boulder’s long-term values and community aspirations.”

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Denver Business Journal | Shop Watch: PrAna opens in Cherry Creek, HBurger team has two new Boulder digs

Active-lifestyle clothing store, prAna, recently opened in the Cherry Creek North district.

Founded in 1992 as a rock climbing and yoga apparel store by Beaver and Pam Theodosakis, the clothing line soon became a high-performance item for the more active life. This new location is at 105 Fillmore St.

“The folks here in Denver have connected with our values and vision from the very beginning,” said Beaver Theodosakis in a statement. “What’s more, we love our new neighbors and look forward to being part of the energy at Cherry Creek North. This new space allows us to share our product, and to get involved with community events that reflect the ‘art of living.’”

The company’s flagship store is in Boulder, with additional outlets in Portland, Ore. and Santa Barbara, Calif.

HBurger has new home on Pearl Street

HBurger continues to expand its gourmet burger chain with a new restaurant at 1710 Pearl St. in Boulder that opened May 17.

The company has two locations in metro Denver, including the one that opened downtown in February, 2010, reported by Shop Watch.

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Boulder Daily Camera | Flatirons Theatre on Boulder’s University Hill considered for historic designation

In its former, post-World War II life, the Flatirons Theatre building on Boulder’s University Hill was a two-story theater that, on opening day, projected the 1950 race-car flick “To Please a Lady,” starring Clark Gable and Barbara Stanwyk.

The original building — a private residence built in 1891 — had been razed to build the theater, which featured more than 1,000 seats split between the lower floor and the balcony, air conditioning and a nursery for fussy children. At the time, it cost $141,730.

On Tuesday, the Boulder City Council will review the Landmarks Board’s recommendation that the building on the southwest corner of 13th Street and College Avenue be designated as a landmark under the city’s Historic Preservation Code. The ordinance is up for a first reading, then the council will be able to ask questions and give feedback before the second reading and vote, scheduled for May 15.

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Crosbie Real Estate Group | New Retail Openings & Property Sales in Colorado

7-Eleven popping up shop along the front range at 58th & Ward in Arvada, Happy Canyon Shopping Center in Denver, and N Academy Blvd & N Carefree Cr in Colorado Springs!  Brokers:  Andy Buettner, Eli Boymel and Rich Hobbs

Cherry Knolls Shopping Center welcomes The Hot Yoga Room opening soon!  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

Taco Star purchased a new location at 520 S Circle in Colorado Springs.  Broker:  Eli Boymel

Cost Cutters will be opening its doors at Broomfield Marketplace in Broomfield and on the Hill in Boulder at 13th St and College Ave.  Brokers:  Rhonda Coy and Scott Steputis

Doc’s Video Games will be joining Iliff Crossing Shopping Center at S Buckley Rd and E Iliff Ave in Aurora.  Broker:  Eli Boymel

Panda Express is opening its first location in Brighton at 893 S Kuner Rd.  Brokers:  Rich Hobbs and Scott Steputis

K-Mart Plaza has a new tenant, Cricket Wireless will be opening at the shopping center located at W Drake Rd and S College Ave in Fort Collins.  Broker:  Andy Buettner and Scott Steputis

SpeedPro Imaging is moving into Hampden Business Center at 3535 S Platte River Dr in Sheridan.  Broker:  Eli Boymel

Look out for Goodwill Industries of Denver opening at Arapahoe Village Shopping Center in Centennial and U-Hills West Shopping Center in Denver.  Brokers:  Rich Otterstetter and Rich Hobbs

Market Square at 84th Ave and Pecos St in Federal Heights welcomes Adventure Dental to their shopping center.  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter

Pro-Cuts will open at Hampden Ave & Tower Rd in Aurora.  Brokers:  Rhonda Coy and Scott Steputis

Cool Cuts 4 Kids is set to open at Highlands Ranch Town Center in Highlands Ranch.  Brokers:  Rhonda Coy and Scott Steputis

Arvada Village welcomes Edward Jones – opening soon!  Broker:  Rich Otterstetter