Mixed-Use Development Breaks Ground

Local firms Confluent Development and Kelmore Development broke ground yesterday on The Boulevard at Lowry, a 140,000-square-foot commercial mixed-use project. The 1.5-block infill project will feature restaurant, retail, office and entertainment space.

Situated on more than five acres at the northwest corner of E. Lowry Boulevard and Pontiac Street, the infill development is anticipated for completion in the fourth quarter of 2020.

The only commercial development at Boulevard One, The Boulevard at Lowry will serve as a centerpiece of the community.

The groundbreaking of the milestone project coincides with the 25th anniversary of the beginning of Lowry's transformation from the former Air Force base. The base officially closed in September 1994.

"It is an honor to support the final stages of the 25-year-long process that has gone into Lowry's redevelopment. We are proud to provide our expertise and resources alongside Kelmore Development to this historic redevelopment," said Marshall Burton, president & CEO at Confluent Development.

Conceptual image of
The Boulevard at Lowry

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Visit boulevardonelowry.com/retail/ for more about The Boulevard at Lowry.

Logan House Coffee Company Planned

Logan House Coffee Company will occupy 1,750 square feet of space. The Denver-based, premier coffee roaster prioritizes sustainable practices and offers its organically grown and fairly-traded coffee in recycled wine bottles.

Anchor Tenant 
Lucky's Market

N atural foods grocer Lucky's Market will serve as the project's anchor tenant , occupying 25,000 square feet. The Boulder-based grocery store chain offers affordable options for everyday foods and specialty choices .

"Entering into Denver proper marks a significant milestone for Lucky's Market and we look forward to being an involved partner in this vibrant new community in The Boulevard at Low ry," said Ben Friedland , vice president of marketing for Lucky's Market. "We are proud to grow into such an important market within our home state and bring more fresh, local and specialty foods to Denver residents ."

" We are pleased to welcome Lucky's Market and its unique offerings to the neighborhood ," said Monty Force, executive director of master developer  Lowry Redevelopment Authority . "We look forward to this area becoming a popular gathering place for people living and working in and around Lowry. "
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