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German company to move U.S. headquarters to Broomfield

The Denver Post
14/04
5 Points
1

Uniqlo barricades go up as construction begins on future Denver store

Japanese retailer Uniqlo erected a two-story barricade around its future downtown Denver storefront on Tuesday, shielding the old bookstore space at 16th and Tremont from view during the upcoming construction.The men and women's clothing retailer expects to open the 22,000-square-foot store . More specifically, Denver Pavilions officials said Tuesday they're hoping for sometime in October . The transformation of the former Barnes & Noble store on the 16th Street Mall has begun.
The Denver Post
13/04
8 Points

Uniqlo barricades go up as construction begins on future Denver store

Japanese retailer Uniqlo erected a two-story barricade around its future downtown Denver storefront on Tuesday, shielding the old bookstore space at 16th and Tremont from view during the upcoming construction.The men and women's clothing retailer expects to open the 22,000-square-foot store . More specifically, Denver Pavilions officials said Tuesday they're hoping for sometime in October . The transformation of the former Barnes & Noble store on the 16th Street Mall has begun.
The Denver Post
12/04
17 Points
1

Corum Real Estate Group plans Denver Tech Center office tower

Denver-based Corum Real Estate Group plans to develop a 12-story, 187,000-square-foot office building at 5050 S. Speculative office construction in the Denver Tech Center and south suburbs is on a roll, with another project announced this week. Integrated garage parking will be at a ratio of 3.5 spaces per 1,000 square feet."We are thrilled with the opportunity to develop another iconic legacy asset in the Denver Tech Center," Corum vice president Eric Komppa said in a statement.
The Denver Post
09/04
9 Points
1

World’s largest Starbucks brewing in the Meatpacking District 

It’ll be the roast of the town.Starbucks is opening its biggest cafe ever in the Meatpacking District in 2018, it announced Tuesday.The 20,000-square-foot New York Roastery, brewing at 61 Ninth Ave., will be modeled after the chain's 15,000-square-foot Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room. Joshua Trujillo/Starbucks The Roastery experience treats coffee as theater.
Daily News
07/04
2 Points
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