Continuum Partners, a Denver-based firm specializing in building urban, mixed-use developments, announced today the latest addition to its Bradburn Village development in Westminster: the Bradburn Village West Building.
This new retail building will be at 4550 Main St. and will have 15,200 square feet of retail space, most of which has already been leased. The project broke ground in July and retail tenants are scheduled to be open in Spring 2016.
“Having just recently opened a Whole Foods in the neighborhood, we are thrilled to announce another great retail amenity to Bradburn Village residents,” said Roger Pecsok, Development Director at Continuum Partners overseeing Bradburn Village.
“This retail building completes the connection of the commercial core of the village from the Bradburn Boulevard buildings to Vrain Street and helps complete the vision of the entire community.”
To build the new $5 million retail center, Continuum Partners has engaged The Mulhern Group, as architect; Alliance Construction Solutions as contractor; and Roscoe Engineering as the civil engineer. In addition, the project is being financed by Guaranty Bank and Trust Company. The property will house six tenants, five of which have already been secured:
- Zoës Kitchen (2,800 sf) is a fast casual restaurant concept that serves fresh Mediterranean food from the original recipes of founder Zoë Cassimus, who opened the first Zoës Kitchen in Homewood, Alabama in 1995;
- A 1,200-sf Supercuts;
- Spavia (2,800 square feet) offers spa services;
- A 3,300-sf Chuck & Don’s, a local, pet supply store;
- And a soon-to-be-named veterinary clinic with 3,000 sf.
“We took great care to find tenants for this retail center that fit the neighborhood and the needs of the Bradburn Village,” Pecsok said.
“We think we’ve created a great mix that will add to the community,” he said.
One final space at 1,800 sf is still available to lease in the Bradburn Village West Building.
Bradburn Village is a 125-acre village, on 120th Avenue between Federal and Sheridan boulevards. It was designed by the land planning firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co.