Natural Products  January 21, 2020

Lucky’s pulls out of Denver retail development

DENVER — Boulder-based Lucky’s Market has cancelled plans to open a store in Denver.

BusinessDen reports that the natural grocer no longer plans to open a store in The Boulevard at Lowry, at Quebec Street and First Avenue. The project is being developed by Confluent Development, based in Denver.

Lucky’s majority shareholder Kroger announced in December that it would divest its ownership in the company.

 

 

DENVER — Boulder-based Lucky’s Market has cancelled plans to open a store in Denver.

BusinessDen reports that the natural grocer no longer plans to open a store in The Boulevard at Lowry, at Quebec Street and First Avenue. The project is being developed by Confluent Development, based in Denver.

Lucky’s majority shareholder Kroger announced in December that it would divest its ownership in the company.

 

 

Christopher Wood
Christopher Wood is editor and publisher of BizWest, a regional business journal covering Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer and Weld counties. Wood co-founded the Northern Colorado Business Report in 1995 and served as publisher of the Boulder County Business Report until the two publications were merged to form BizWest in 2014. From 1990 to 1995, Wood served as reporter and managing editor of the Denver Business Journal. He is a Marine Corps veteran and a graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder. He has won numerous awards from the Colorado Press Association, Society of Professional Journalists and the Alliance of Area Business Publishers.
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