Albert Development Partners and the Forum Real Estate Group have announced the first round of tenants for The Promenade at Castle Rock. By the end of the year, you’ll find a handful of retailers and restaurant options available at The Promenade, along with more to come in early 2016.
Tenants confirmed to open by the end of 2015, and spring of 2016, include:
Bar Nails & Spa
Jersey Mike’s Subs
Waxing the City
It’s been confirmed that Blocks 7 and 8, near the I-25 and Meadows Parkway interchange, will be the first phase to open to the public. The popular Kneaders Bakery & Café will open later this month.
Read more about Kneaders Bakery & Cafe in our feature article here.
Several other big name retailers will open by third quarter 2016, including:
- Sports Authority
These retailers, along with Berry Blendz, will open in Block 1.
Alberta Development is working hard to ensure that Castle Rock residents, and visitors, have easy access to The Promenade by working closely with those in charge of the North Meadows Extension project to time openings as progress is complete on the road project.
While The Promenade at Castle Rock has received significant backlash from Castle Rock residents, Albert Development and Forum Real Estate Group have worked hard to bring a diverse group of retailers and restaurants to the development.
Castle Rock Mayor Paul Donahoe said about the progress: “We know our residents want more services closer to home, and we’re thankful Alberta is making this investment in our community.”
Don Provost, the principal of Alberta Development Partners, recognizes Castle Rock’s growth and how The Promenade will benefit the area well into the future: “With the population of Castle Rock continuing to grow, there couldn’t be a better time to open Promenade at Castle Rock.”
Castle Rock is one of America’s fastest growing cities, projecting more than 800 single family home permits to be issued this year. The Promenade at Castle Rock looks to bring retailers, restaurants, and services to Castle Rock residents as the city continues to grow.