A vast open and undeveloped space on the far northeast side of Denver may soon see the construction of a 223,000 square-foot retail town center.
As announced by Goldberg Properties of Denver, in conjunction with the New York-based C.P. Bedrock LLP, what is being called The Flyway will go up at the intersection of Green Valley Boulevard and Memphis Street.
The project is not far from the Gateway-Green Valley Ranch neighborhood and is expected to be anchored by the warehouse club chain Costco, with an outlet measuring around 148,000 square feet.
To encompass a total area of some 32 acres, The Flyway will also feature retail spaces of varying sizes and restaurants, some of which may have drive-through accommodations.
The visual center of the project is expected to be a proposed gathering space being called the “town center plaza.”
Plans call for work on The Flyway to begin either later this year or early next year with a completion date of no later than the first quarter of 2022.
Goldberg Properties has made a name for itself developing large retail shopping properties in the last two decades in Denver, as well as several other cities in Colorado.
The Flyway comes exactly a year after the Denver City Council gave its approval to what is called the Far Northeast Area Plan, a document dedicated to providing a road map for future commercial and residential construction in one of the fastest-growing sections of the city.
By Garry Boulard
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