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Retail Openings & Property Sales throughout Colorado:

Valle VistaValle Vista Shopping Center in Westminster welcomes Koko Fit Club and Ziggi’s Coffee. Brokers: Jeff Germain & Rich Hobbs

Concentra Health Services will be opening at the Belcaro Center in Denver. Broker: Scott Steputis Image

ImageNew Supercuts locations will open at Westminster Crossing in Westminster and at E470 and Smoky Hill Road in Aurora. Broker: Rhonda Coy

ImageA new location for Firehouse Subs opens at 195 S. Union Street in Lakewood. Brokers: Jeff Germain & Eli Boymel 

ImageReunion Marketplace in Commerce City welcomes Les Schwab. Brokers: Scott Crosbie, Rich Otterstetter & Scott Steputis

ImageEinstein Bros Bagels opens new location at Meadows Parkway & Limelight Avenue in Castle Rock. Broker: Rich Hobbs

ImageCentennial Square in Centennial welcomes Corepower Yoga. Broker: Andy Buettner

ImageAdorn Salon has leased space at 277 Broadway in Denver. Broker: Ei Boymel 

ImageOrange Theory Fitness and Colorado E Smokes will open at the Cherry Knolls Shopping Center in Centennial. Broker: Rich Otterstetter 

ImageColorado Marketplace in Thornton welcomes  Pai Lum White Dragon Martial Arts. Brokers: Jeff Germain & Rich Otterstetter

ImageARC Thrift Stores will join Ken Caryl Village Shopping Center in Littleton. Brokers: Rich Otterstetter & Eli Boymel 


Your Hub – | New King Soopers to host grand opening for Commerce City store

The massive King Soopers Marketplace, at East 104th Avenue and Chambers Road in Commerce City, will host a grand opening on June 27. The store has been under construction for about a year.

The store is one of the largest King Soopers in the state and will offer an expanded variety of products, according to Kelli McGannon, marketing spokesperson for King Soopers. It is one of just two such stores in the metro area, and one of four in the state.

The store is about twice as big as traditional King Soopers operations, which typically range in size from 55,000 to 65,000-square feet. It will offer up a variety of specialty items not usually found at traditional grocery stores, such as dinnerware, small appliances and jewelry.

Commerce City signed off on an incentive package to lure King Soopers. The deal, which was valued at approximately $2 million, provides incentives to both the grocer and the developer of the land, Shea Properties.

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Contact Scott Crosbie or Rich Otterstetter for more information on Reunion Marketplace retail at (303) 398-2111.

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Denver Business Journal | King Soopers unveils new store model at Reunion

It’s unlike any King Soopers that Denver-area shoppers ever have seen.

The new King Soopers MarketPlace in Commerce City, just west of the Reunion community, opens June 27. At 123,000 square feet, it’s more than double the size of regular King Soopers stores. It will offer home furnishings, a vitamin store and even a jewelry store.

The store, at Chambers Road and East 104th Avenue, is the fourth MarketPlace-format store in Colorado but the first in metro Denver. It’s part of the grocery chain’s strategy of adapting each store to its market to gain an advantage in the hyper-competitive Denver …

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Denver Business Journal | King Soopers MarketPlace breaks ground at Reunion

By Dennis Huspeni           Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2011, 1:25pm MDT

King Soopers MarketPlace breaks ground at ReunionResidents of the Reunion development in Commerce City moved closer to having a large grocery store Tuesday with the groundbreaking of a 123,000-square-foot King Soopers MarketPlace, near 104th Avenue and Chambers Road.

Construction is expected to take a year, with an estimated store opening in the fall of 2012.

The store will anchor the 22-acre Reunion Marketplace Center, being developed by Shea Properties.

“Over the last 10 years, the growth in the northern range has helped double Commerce City’s population. More rooftops meant more expectations for services and stores,” said Mayor Paul Natale in a statement. “A grocery store has been a top priority for the city.”

King Soopers officials estimate 300 construction jobs will be created through Colorado contractor Mark Young Construction and their subcontractors. The store itself will employ 250 people.

“This is a great location for metro-Denver’s second MarketPlace concept and the partnership with the city was critical to our decision to locate here,” said Russ Dispense, president of King Soopers, in a statement.

Commerce City used results from a 2009 economic study that showed city residents spent an estimated $59 million annually in groceries outside of the city limits to attract King Soppers and Shea with nearly $2 million in rebates as incentive to build the store, according to city officials.

“It’s generally been said government doesn’t create jobs,” Natale said in a statement. “But government can and does create an environment that allows private enterprise to thrive. The city’s incentive program is one just one example of this.”

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