Construction Underway for New Mixed-Use Development in Wheat Ridge

Wheat Ridge, CO Quadrant Properties, a 15-year-old locally-based real estate development firm, will break ground today on The Corners at Wheat Ridge, a $75 million mixed-use development featuring 231 signature apartment residences and 55,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

Located at the southwest corner of Wadsworth Boulevard and West 38th Avenue, the development will include the Denver areas first Lucky’s market, and revitalize what was once an environmentally challenged and blighted property. Brinkman Construction is the GC for the site and the retail portion.

“The Corners at Wheat Ridge will be a tremendous, new addition for the City of Wheat Ridge, replacing a long vacant brownfield site once occupied by a gas station and automobile lot,” said Bob Turner, development partner for Quadrant Properties.“The shopping center development will provide outdoor patio dining, desirable retail shops, important services for the neighborhood and a Lucky’s market. The shopping center will be highlighted by distinctive architecture designed by NAMA Partners.”

The Edison at The Corners, built by Baker Construction out of Nashville, will deliver high-quality, market rate apartments to the city, with amenities including electric car charging stations, pet washing areas and an outdoor pool. It will include studio, one bedroom and two-bedroom apartment residences, with an anticipated opening by the second quarter of 2019. The retail portion of the development, including the Lucky’s market, is expected to open by the summer of 2018. Boulder CO based Lucky’s Market will offer local, natural and organic food as well as conventional staples, such as Campbell’s soup and Coca-Cola. The grocer is also touting in-house smoked bacon, a full bakery, a cafe and an apothecary.

Image courtesy of Quadrant Properties.

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