Holland Partner Group has announced that three new tenants have signed to lease retail space in the first phase of the Belleview Station development in Denver’s Tech Center. This development creates 678 new residences and nearly 70,000 square feet of retail space. The MileHouse apartment component features 352 units with a rooftop amenity deck with a pool and a fitness center and is now leasing residents. This development is two blocks away from the I-25 and Belleview light rail station.
The recently secured retail tenants are:
- Los Chingones, a Mexican dining concept by chef Troy Guard. This will be the second Los Chingones location in Denver (the first is located at 2461 Larimer Street)
- Crushed Red, a restaurant concept from St. Louis that will feature gourmet salads
- Waxing the City will provide south metro Denver residents with luxurious body waxing services
Holland Partner Group is the general partner for the community, which is being developed with partner Invesco Real Estate and Front Range Land and Development on the retail portion. The second phase at Belleview Station broke ground in July, and is scheduled to open its 325 residences in Summer 2016. Holland is the general partner for the community, which is being developed with partner NASH Communities (North America Sekisui House, LLC).
“Urban concepts are continuing to make their way into the Denver suburbs, and Belleview Station is becoming a hub,” said Scott Menefee, Senior Development Director of Holland Partner Group. “We’re excited to be able to deliver great restaurants and retailers to everyone residing in the South Metro Denver area.”
Holland Partner group is also developing the Platform at Union Station, a 21-story apartment project that is nearing completion at 1650 Wewatta Street.
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[…] Once completed the development will accommodate 8-12 tenants. Gaurd is also opening a Los Chingones in southeast Denver at the mixed-use Belleview Station development. Construction is slated to begin this November with completion expected in the fall of 2016. […]