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The 26,000-square-foot market at 700 Ken Pratt Blvd. in Parkway Center, expected to open in early 2013, is the second market for the Lucky’s brand. The first is a market and cafe that has been open in North Boulder for nearly a decade and recently added a bakehouse and creamery.
Blackfox Parkway Associates is renovating and renaming the center Parkway Promenade to accommodate a number of new retailers. Lucky’s will be the main anchor.
The market will feature natural foods and local products including locally grown produce and meats. The supermarket also will have a full-service liquor store.
“I am excited to bring our product, service and ethic to this community,´ said Lucky’s owner Bo Sharon. “We recognize Longmont’s demand for quality locally-sourced foods and will be a one-stop shop for everything they need. Additionally, I am happy to be able to offer growth opportunities to my loyal staff of nearly a decade as this new store will create nearly 100 new jobs.”
Michael DePalma and Sean Kulzer of SullivanHayes represented the owner as brokers, and Michael Ruiz of The Hart Team LLC represented Lucky’s in negotiations of the lease.