Edgewater Business Transitions in January 2018

January 2018 brings a number of transitions to Edgewater businesses as some transition out of the Edgewater community, some renovate and others wait to launch.

Wine Beer Fat

December 31, 2017 brought the close of Wine Beer Fat on 25th Avenue. One of the co-owners accepted a new position out of the state and the business had to close. Wine Beer Fat was successful during their one year run in Edgewater and brought a new kind of eating experience beyond what is already offered in town. Good luck to the owners of Wine Beer Fat in their new adventures!

Joining Vision and Action

Known to many by their former name JVA Consulting, Joining Vision and Action moved from their location on Sheridan Avenue in December. They moved across Sloan’s Lake to a shared office space at 1525 Raleigh Street in Denver. Joining Vision and Action offers a variety of consulting services for nonprofits and for-profit businesses.

Burger King and McDonalds

Over the last couple of months Burger King and McDonalds on Sheridan have undergone massive renovations. Burger King has completed their renovations and McDonalds should be complete soon.

20th and Depew

Jonathan Bush from Littleton Capital Partners shared at the January 4 City Council meeting that they are progressing on schedule with their planned redevelopment at 20th and Depew and all indicators are good at this point. They are in conversation with two anchors and hope to secure them in the next 60-90 days. The plan of a food hall and brewery inside the old King Soopers is moving forward as planned. The hope is that a Site Development Plan (SDP) will be in front of Edgewater Planning and Zoning in the next month.

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