Posts Categorized: Retail

Eastbridge at Stapleton taking off

By John Rebchook  June 2015 When most people think of the stores next to a grocery store anchor they might envision a dry cleaners, a hair salon and a Subway, according to Denver developer Tyler Carlson, a principal of Evergreen Development. That won’t be the case at the Eastbridge Town Center at Stapleton, he said…. Read more »

Market Street buildings bought with plans of renovation

 By Elizabeth Hernandez  September 2015   Five historic buildings in Denver are under new ownership with aspirations of putting a new shine on one of downtown’s busiest corners. The Market Center — 121,000 square feet of office and retail space across from the shuttered Market Street RTD station — has sold for $29 million to… Read more »

Joe Vostrejs creates ‘third place’ in Denver

by John Rebchook  March 2015   Years ago, someone gave Joe Vostrejs the book, “The Great Good Place: Cafés, Cof-fee Shops, Bookstores, Bars, Hair Salons and Other Hang-outs at the Heart of Community.” Today, there is little doubt that the title of that book by Ray Oldenburg would aptly describe how Vostrejs and his partners have… Read more »

Joe Vostrejs #16 on 5280’s Reasons to Love Denver List

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FEATURE BY LINDSEY B. KOEHLER  DECEMBER 2012             16 Because Joe Vostrejs and Larimer Associates believe in the entrepreneurial spirit.  What initially began 12 years ago as a repositioning of Larimer Square (from mall retailers such as Ann Taylor and Nine West to independently operated retailers and restaurants) has led… Read more »

Pat McHenry oversaw tough decisions on Union Station’s tenant mix


INDUSTRY NEWS RETAILING & RESTAURANTS  by Molly Armbrister, Denver Business Journal When Denver’s real estate elite set out to redevelop Denver Union Station, which celebrated its grand opening July 26, they knew they wanted the city’s transit hub to be something different from every other bus and train station in the country, and they wanted it… Read more »