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Rincon Argentino restaurant is located near the northeast corner of Folsom Street and Arapahoe Avenue in The Village, according to a press statement and an online leasing map of the shopping center. The restaurant serves empanadas, sandwiches and Argentinian specialties.
Denver-based Brass Bed Fine Linens and Furnishings will open a store in a vacant space near the corner of Folsom Street and Canyon Boulevard. Next door, the new KB Studio helps customers design a dream kitchen or bathroom for their homes. KB replaced another kitchen and bath business previously in the space.
A new CrossFit gym also is expected to open soon at The Village, according to the press statement. The gym may be located in the former Ellie’s Eco Home Store Inc. spot in the center of the development, based on the online leasing map. Ellie’s closed in 2011.
“We’re excited to welcome these new shops and continue to position The Village as a retail center that the local community can count on in terms of service and a great shopping experience,” Paulajane Moffitt, property manager at The Village, said in the press statement.
At the same time, Rapid Refill, a printer ink store, has closed near McGuckin Hardware Inc. and Sunflower Farmers Markets LLC. In addition to the hardware and grocery stores, Boulder Ski Deals is another anchor tenant in the shopping center, which is between Folsom and 28th streets and between Canyon Boulevard and Arapahoe Avenue.
The Village opened in 1955 at 2525 Arapahoe Ave., with McGuckin’s as its first tenant. It includes more than 40 retailers and other businesses, almost all of them locally owned.