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EDENS Brings Outdoor Voices to Five Points

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A new lineup of retailers are coming to the RiNo Art District section of Five Points, including Outdoor Voices, an activewear brand for recreational enthusiasts, Matriarch Mercantile and KREWE. EDENS, a real estate owner, operator and developer, formally announced the news today.

“At EDENS, we believe that our work goes beyond just the real estate—we’re committed to creating a thriving ecosystem of local and national retailers who support one another and the places they’re in,” said Tom Kiler, managing director at EDENS. “The addition of these socially-minded retailers will help advance our vision of bringing people together beyond the transaction to create a stronger community within Five Points.”

Outdoor Voices, an activewear brand for recreational enthusiasts, is planning to open a 2,000-square-foot storefront at 2609 Walnut St. in late September. The company is known for offering quality clothing and accessories while operating through a lens of longevity and circularity to minimize its environmental impact.

Moving into a 500-square-foot space at 2636 Walnut St. in November, Matriarch Mercantile is a modern and urban lifestyle store offering clothes, accessories, art, beauty products, plants, wellness products and more. Founded by Tran Wills, a longtime community resident and activist, Matriarch Mercantile proudly features goods from women and nonbinary entrepreneurs.  

KREWE recently opened a pop-up shop that offers unique eyewear with handcrafted frames for men and women. Open for a limited time, KREWE’s Tiny House is located at 2631 Larimer St. in the parking lot next to Denver Central Market. 

A mission-driven organization, EDENS’ property portfolio in Five Points includes 40 businesses, more than 50 percent of which are women- and BIPOC- owned. All of EDENS’ public spaces throughout its 110 properties nationwide are carbon-neutral, meaning they generate no additional carbon load on the planet.

 

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