Upscale grocery chain Marczyk’s Superb Meals has introduced it will likely be the brand new most important attraction inside a former Safeway constructing close to the nook of Joyful Canyon Street and East Hampden Avenue in southeast Denver.
Marczyk’s, which payments itself as “Denver’s favorite neighborhood market,” has two areas within the metropolis, one at 770 E. 17th Ave. and one other at 5100 E. Colfax Ave. It received began on 17th in 2002. With this location within the Southmoore Park neighborhood, it’s pushing into new turf.
“It is certainly new territory for Marczyk’s to locate in the suburbs, but we have been pioneers since the beginning,” chief working officer Paul Marczyk mentioned in an announcement. “We will strive to be the best place to work and shop in our new neighborhood, plus a magnet for people who know and love food.”
Slated to open late subsequent 12 months, in line with Tuesday’s announcement, the shop will embrace a choice of recent produce, a deli, butcher counter, frozen meals and fresh-baked bread. It is not going to be alone within the outdated Safeway. A group of different retailers are anticipated to fill out the sq. footage.
“Lots of our customers have been asking us to come south, but nothing made sense until this property became an option,” mentioned CEO Pete Marczyk, Paul’s brother, in Tuesday’s launch. “When we wrote the 10-year vision for the company, more stores and an expanded bakery were part of it. We’re stoked to be able to check these boxes in 2019.”
The announcement comes simply weeks after one other Denver high quality meals chain, Tony’s Meats & Market, took to its web site to say it was now not a part of the Safeway-turned-market-hall venture the corporate introduced it will headline in late 2017. The venture has been delayed considerably after Gary Dragul, a outstanding participant in Denver actual property who owned a stake within the Safeway and ran the encircling Joyful Canyon procuring heart, was indicted for securities fraud. His firm went out of business and his holdings within the properties have been bought off by an lawyer.
New developer, Bellray Holdings, picked Marczyk’s, as a result of “the neighborhoods around Happy Canyon have been clamoring for a specialty grocer and Marczyk has always signified best-in-class,” firm president Buzz Calkins mentioned.
Hayden Hirschfeld and Dorit Fischer of NAI Shames Makovsky brokered the deal on behalf of Marczyk’s. Cushman & Wakefield’s Tyler Bray labored on behalf of Bellray, in line with the discharge.