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Arista Broomfield Leases Last Remaining Retail Space

Scheduled to open in early 2020, Sushi-Rama will occupy the last remaining retail space at Arista Broomfield mixed-use development located at 8181 Arista Place.

Sushi-Rama is a conveyor-belt sushi joint that is fast, fresh and fun with locations in RiNo, Belleview Station in DTC, Lone Tree, in Aurora at Fitzsimons and a grab-n-go version at Denver International Airport inside terminal A.

Arista Broomfield, strategically situated between Denver and Boulder, is the only true transit-oriented, mixed-use, entertainment-anchored development of its kind in Colorado. The 200-acre project provides a unique blend of urban living in a suburban location in the heart of the “Creative Corridor.”

“I have been shopping the north market for some time and I feel that Arista is the best place for our next Sushi-Rama,” said Chef Jeff Osaka. “From the proximity to entertainment to the other incredible restaurants in the development, it felt like a natural fit for our fifth location.”

The new 2,209 square-foot Sushi-Rama space will have spectacular floor-to-ceiling windows and its signature conveyor belt. The fish is sourced from the same places that higher-end sushi restaurants in Denver get their supply from and is flown in fresh.

“It is so great to add the caliber of restaurant that Jeff has along with existing neighbors like Pam Proto and the Kevin Taylor restaurants,” said Arista Developer, Tim Wiens.

Arista has experienced a surge in activity the last five years with the addition of a second, Class A office building, new tenant Epiroc, and other retailers located on the main street. A new medical office building is slated for 2020 and the development’s 18-acre retail project named the Turnpike Shops at Arista, is under construction with a new Comfort Suites and a branch of FirsTier Bank all underway.

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