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13 S. Broadway - former Theatre on Broadway


13 S. Broadway
Denver, CO
United States
39° 43' 0.8652" N, 104° 59' 15" W

this location was Theatre on Broadway, but closed circa 2005; in mid-2011 it is still empty but there has been evidence of demolition work inside

surprising Stuff

nestled below a billboard and a cell-phone tower on an unwelcoming stretch of South Santa Fe Drive is a real surprise …

detail of stained glass by Pete Adams

"Stuff", the sign reads, and lists a few kinds of stuff; "starting at $1.00"

Stuff storefront

264 South Santa Fe Drive - Stuff


264 South Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO
United States
39° 42' 45.144" N, 104° 59' 51.6012" W

location of Stuff (toys and collectibles) as well as Stained Glass by Pete

329 Santa Fe Dr. - Amadora Gallery


329 Santa Fe Dr.
Denver, CO
United States
39° 43' 17.6268" N, 104° 59' 56.2272" W

in 2011, Amadora Gallery opened in this location

D4 Urban to redevelop Denver Design District & Alameda Marketplace? What about Gates/Cherokee?

The Denver Post has an article talking about some new development plans popping up on Baker's southern end. "D4 Urban LLC" is a partnership formed by Chris Waggett, Warren Cohen, and Jim Frank in February of this year. The general development plan for this area was approved in May of 2009.

layout of new space

Broadway Marketplace at Alameda (Albertsons, K-Mart, etc.)

This retail behemoth spans an irregularly shaped area from bordered roughly by Alameda, Cherokee and the light rail on the west, and Center Ave on the south.

It overlaps and abuts with old industrial uses and the Denver Design Center.

The major tenants are Albertsons, K-mart, Pep-boys, Sam's Club, Radio Shack, Sally Beauty, tanning salons, a t-mobile, UPS store, Subway sandwich shop and 2 starbucks (one in the albertson's and one in the antique building on broadway itself).

595 S. Broadway - Denver Design District


595 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
United States
39° 42' 23.67" N, 104° 59' 27.0024" W

The Denver Design District is a retail location for providers of interior design services.

Perhaps best known for the tall yellow sculpture that has been there since the 1980s, it has historically had a feeling of being separate from the rest of the area.

In the mid 2000's the site was updated with a large glass room at the corner of Broadway and Center Ave which opened up that entrance to the design center making it more connected to Broadway.

277 Broadway, Unit B - Sugar Bakeshop


steve harley
277 Broadway, Unit B
denver, CO 80203
United States
39° 43' 13.8648" N, 104° 59' 15.072" W

Sugar Bakeshop opened in this location in 2011

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