Trammell Crow Residential has announced that its Alexan Sloan’s Lake project, a mixed-use development currently under construction has secured a leasing agreement with Tap and Burger restaurant.
This new restaurant to Sloan’s Lake is being created by Juan Padro and his wife Katie O’Shea-Padro who are also the owners of Highland Tap and Burger.
“We’re very excited to have Juan, Katie and their team commit to opening a new location with our Sloan’s Lake project,” stated Matt Schildt, managing director of Trammell Crow Residential. “The Highland Tap and Burger concept is extremely popular, and Juan is renowned for cultivating and maintaining strong community relationships. We look forward to him bringing that same energy and experience to the Sloan’s Lake community and future residents of our project.”
This project is taking shape on the former site of St. Anthony’s Hospital where the $300 million 7-block development of SLOANS is now making progress. The former hospital was demolished to make room for new ground-up construction. SLOANS is located approximately 2.5 miles west of Downtown Denver on the south side of West 17th Avenue and Raleigh Street.
Alexan Sloan’s Lake will include 369 apartments on two separate blocks. The first units are expected to be delivered later this year with full completion expected in the spring of 2016. A 5th floor amenity deck is featured along with a yoga room, fitness room, and rentable storage space. Apartments will be offered in studio, 1, and 2 bedroom options. Denver-based JG Johnson Architects designed this project.
Tap and Burger Sloan’s Lake will lease 4,600 square feet of space and 4,200 square feet of ground floor retail/restaurant space has yet to be claimed at Alexan Sloan’s Lake.
EnviroFinance Group was the first firm to purchase land at the former St. Anthony’s hospital site.