Alberta unveils Castle Rock tenants

Alberta Development Partners and Forum Real Estate Group are announced a flurry of tenants that soon will open in their Promenade at Castle Rock shopping center.

Blocks 7 and 8 near the interchange of Interstate 25 and Meadows Parkway will be the first phase of the project to open. Kneaders Bakery & Cafe opened earlier this month.

Tenants that will open by year-end or early next year include:

  • Tokyo Joe’s;
  • Cafe Rio;
  • Mad Greens;
  • Mod Pizza;
  • Smashburger;
  • Jersey Mike’s Subs;
  • AT&T;
  • Bar Nails & Spa;
  • Elements Massage;
  • The Joint;
  • And Waxing the City

Additional tenants will open by the third quarter of next year in Block 1, near the new interchange under construction at Interstate 25 north of the existing Meadows/Founders Interchange.

The tenants include:

  • Sports Authority;
  • TJ Maxx/Homegoods;
  • Ulta;
  • And Berry Blendz

“Our lineup of tenants will bring new dining options and services to residents of the area, as well as convenient access to large-format retailers,” said Don Provost, principal of Alberta.

Because it’s important for residents to be able to access Promenade at Castle Rock, Alberta Development Partners is timing the opening of many retailers with another significant project. The Town’s North Meadows Extension project is opening in the summer to provide another connection to U.S. Highway 85 and I-25 for residents and businesses on the west side. The new roadway project is a partnership among the Town, Douglas County and the Colorado Department of Transportation.

“Castle Rock is a great place to live,” said Mayor Paul Donahue. “We know our residents want more services closer to home, and we’re thankful Alberta is making this investment in our community.”

The project comes at a time when the town of Castle Rock is growing rapidly.

The town is on track to exceed issuing permits for more than 800 single-family homes this year.

“With the population of Castle Rock continuing to grow, there couldn’t be a better time to open Promenade at Castle Rock,” Provost said.

John Rebchook has been taking the pulse of the Denver-area and Colorado commercial real estate world for almost 35 years. He joined the editorial staff of CREJ in 2011. Prior to that, he was the Real Estate Editor of the Rocky Mountain News from 1983 until it closed in 2009.