CBRE Arranges Lease for Halcyon Mind+Body at New Mixed-Use Project Origin

CBRE announced that Halcyon Mind+Body leased 2,322 square feet at the new mixed-use project Origin at Downtown Superior, Colorado.

The project includes residences, businesses, and outdoor space along Superior’s Main Street. The project has ground floor retail space spread along several city blocks slated for restaurants, fitness, services, medical and other local and regional retailers. Retail suite sizes range from 800 sq. ft. to 2,700 sq. ft. with a 0.75-acre restaurant site available.

CBRE’s Molly Bayer and Melissa Moran arranged the lease and are representing the project’s developer, Carmel Partners, in marketing Origin’s retail space for lease.

“The multi-use community design at Origin creates opportunities to bring people together across retail, residential and entertainment venues. The destination caters to those with active lifestyles, making Halcyon Mind+Body a perfect fit for the project,” said Bayer.

Halcyon Mind+Body is a new business launched by Superior resident Adam Boushie. The high-end spa and yoga studio plans to open in the second quarter of 2024. The new location will occupy two retail suites at Origin on the ground floor at the intersection of Superior Dr. and Main St.

“Our goal at Halcyon Mind+Body is to create an environment where people can improve their physical and mental wellbeing through yoga, facial treatments, and massage therapy. We are thrilled to be part of this new and growing community, with a project like Origin, which is offering exciting opportunities for growth,” said Boushie.

Located where US-36 crosses under McCaslin Boulevard, Origin at Downtown Superior is five minutes from Louisville, 10 minutes from Broomfield and Boulder, and 20 minutes from Denver.

The retail market around Denver and Boulder posted strong fundamentals in the third quarter of 2023, driven by persistent tenant demand and limited availability of retail space, according to CBRE research. Construction activity in the market increased 18.7 percent in the quarter, which in time will help alleviate the sector’s low vacancy rate. Retail vacancy stood at just 6 percent at the end of the quarter, down 30 basis points year over year.

Halcyon Mind+Body’s lease follows the announcement in July that Boulder Baked is also joining the project. Learn more at

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