Brand new King Soopers Marketplace to open in Northwest Arvada

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From the Arvada Economic Development Association:

Residents of northwest Arvada will be pleased to learn that a brand new King Soopers Marketplace will be opening at the northwest corner of Candelas Parkway and Indiana Street.  The 123,000 sq. ft. grocery store, slated to open in March of 2018, will also house a nine-unit multiple product dispenser (MPD) fuel center.  In addition to the King Soopers store and fuel center, the 22-acre development site will also provide 7,100 sq. ft. of attached inline retail as well as four outlot pad site opportunities for ground lease or purchase.  The development is viewed as a much needed asset to the community as the area is currently underserved by retail, grocery, fuel and restaurant amenities.  Retail lease opportunities at the site are being marketed by Crosbie Real Estate Group.  Contact Rhonda Coy or Scott Steputis for more information at rcoy@creginc.com or step@creginc.com.

Commercial Real Estate Retail Recap: September 2016

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BusinessDen | Clean slate for new hotel in Cherry Creek

c1Another construction site is active in Cherry Creek.

Englewood-based Stonebridge Cos. has brought down an office building at the corner of Milwaukee Street and 2nd Avenue in Cherry Creek to make way for a 201-room hotel. Heavy construction machinery now occupies the former 1960s building site.

Stonebridge’s latest plans, which the city hasn’t yet approved, call for a single eight-story building. The property would have about 3,300 square feet of retail space and about 156,500 square feet of hotel accommodations. Plans also show a rooftop pool with a covered patio area.

Architecture firm Gkkworks is designing the Stonebridge hotel.

The half-acre site previously housed the Rollnick Building, a 27,000-square-foot office building. Stonebridge bought the property for $8.1 million in 2014.

Stonebridge’s hotel will be at least the third hotel going up in Cherry Creek. BMC Investments and Sage Hospitality are building an upscale hotel called the Halcyon, as well as a limited service hotel dubbed Moxy between Columbine and Josephine streets.

Crosbie Real Estate Group is listing  4,000 SF of new retail space available at this location. For more information, click here.

Read more: BusinessDen | Clean slate for new hotel in Cherry Creek
Re-posted by: Crosbie Real Estate Group

Denver Infill | Cherry Creek: 3300 East 1st Avenue Retail Addition

As we all know, Cherry Creek is going through a significant infill boom with apartments, hotels, and office buildings going up all over the neighborhood. Along with the boom, there are also a few great minor projects that are underway which we will be focusing on in this post, primarily a project on 1st Avenue and Cook Street, the same block as the Alexan Cherry Creek project.

2016-05-09_1standCook-01In any great urban neighborhood, the street level is the most important aspect given that’s where the pedestrians are. These new immaculate, glassy buildings have the potential to be a total failure if there are blank walls along the street, or small parking lots occupying the corners. Luckily for the Cherry Creek neighborhood, that’s not the case.

Developers in Cherry Creek are actively pushing retailers and projects to the corner to help improve the urban form of the neighborhood. Two very recent examples are the Room and Board on 2nd Avenue and Detroit Street and the Restoration Hardware on 1st Avenue and Fillmore Street. The Room and Board expanded to the street corner, supplanting the surface parking lot next door and the Restoration Hardware was extended from the Cherry Creek Mall and pushed to the street edge along 1st Avenue.

1st Avenue, with wide roads and complicated intersections, is a bit messy to pedestrians but that’s not stopping anybody from making it a better street for those on foot. Built in 1980, 3300 East 1st Avenue was built with parking and easy automobile accessibility. Present day, the parking structure that was built with this building is being replaced by an 8-story apartment project, and the office building is now receiving a ground floor retail addition.

Along with the retail addition, new curbs, sidewalks, and landscaping are also going in, drastically improving this stretch of 1st Avenue.

A neighborhood that was once automobile oriented is slowly turning into a multi-modal corridor. Now all we need to work on is some dedicated transit to serve this area better!

Re-posted by: Crosbie Real Estate Group
Read morehttp://denverinfill.com/blog/2016/05/cherry-creek-3300-east-1st-avenue-addition.html

For more information about 3300 E 1st Ave, click here