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April 2015 • Online Edition

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Exercise caution in this tricky month.

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Hasu Asian Bistro & Sushi opens in Cherry Creek

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Rudofsky’s “Zaidy’s”: Generations Return 

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Time For UPark/Wash Park East Home Tours … Almost!

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A new Sprouts (sprouts.com) is being built at the corner of Mississippi Ave. and S. Sherman St. as part of the Gates redevelopment project. The exact opening date has not yet been announced, but construction is progressing on time. Sprouts is known for fresh local produce and barrels of bulk foods. The vibe of each store is intended to evoke an “indoor farmers market” feel. The company has received numerous awards for leadership, community service and environmental practices. We will share updates on the store’s opening once finalized.

According to an update from the South Pearl Merchants Association, the height of the new Sushi Den garage will be reduced to 25 feet or less, at least in part due to neighborhood reaction. Although plans are not yet finalized, architect Rusty Brown (semplebrowndesign.com) said he will present the plans to association members when they’re ready. No word yet on the facade feedback.

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The new mixed use building going up at Logan and I-25 is unique in many ways. Called the Logan Collection (logancollection.net), the building is being developed by local development company Elkco Properties. These luxury apartments will offer amenities normally associated with high-end hotels such as bi-monthly housekeeping and concierge services, club room, bike storage and dog parkette. National fitness studio Orangetheory will go into some of the available retail space. High-end finishes like high ceilings, plank flooring, balconies and parking will also be included. For leasing information, contact Ken Cilia at 303-778-0380.

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The Lowry Redevelopment Authority (LRA) is developing a new community called Boulevard One on a 70-acre site in West Lowry with plans for 120 single-family homes, including custom homes, 230 row homes, 450 apartments, 4 parks, a community plaza and over 200,000 square feet of commercial space for restaurants, retail and offices.

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Hasu Asian Bistro & Sushi opened at the beginning of December 2014. In just a few short months, the restaurant has established a reputation on various social sites for offering some of the best sushi and Asian food around. Add this to the beautiful decor, which features elegant and modern touches, and Hasu Asian Bistro fits well into the upscale Cherry Creek North neighborhood without being pretentious.


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After an extensive six-month nationwide search, Swallow Hill Music (swallowhillmusic.org) has a new CEO in Paul M. Lhevine. His professional background includes a wealth of applicable nonprofit, government and education sector experience. “I am coming to Swallow Hill Music for the opportunity to build on the incredible reputation the organization enjoys and help introduce the remarkable work taking place there to new audiences and supporters,” said Mr. Lhevine. “My passion for this position comes from my connection to our community, my intense desire to affect change – especially in our disadvantaged communities – as well as my own personal love of music.”