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Multi-Tenant Retail Development in Colorado Springs Nears Completion

COLORADO SPRINGS – Confluent Development, a Denver-based real estate investment and development firm, is nearing completion on an 8,265-square-foot multi-tenant retail development in Colorado Springs. Accommodating three tenants, the retail development will bring brands Snooze, an a.m. Eatery, and Bishops Cuts/Color to the Colorado Springs market.

Located on the corner of North Academy Boulevard and Agora Point in the popular North Academy retail corridor, the project will deliver in fall 2018, with Snooze planning to open in April of 2019 and Bishops Cuts/Color at the start of 2019. The project is designed to also house a third future retailer in the remaining 3,000 square feet of space

Studio DH Architecture served as the architect on the project and Epic Construction Inc. as the general contractor.

The Colorado-born leader in all day breakfast and brunch, Snooze an A.M. Eatery, will serve as the anchor tenant for the project, occupying 3,800 square feet with 182 total seats, including the ability to enjoy pineapple upside down pancakes and signature morning cocktails on the large outdoor patio. With a total of 28 locations currently in operation in Colorado, California, Arizona and Texas, the project marks Snooze’s much anticipated entrance into the Colorado Springs market. The restaurant’s current Colorado locations are focused in metro Denver, Fort Collins and Boulder.

“We’ve long known of our huge fan base and many ravers in the Colorado Springs area,” said David Birzon, CEO of Snooze, an A.M. Eatery. “And we’re extremely excited to bring Snooze to the Colorado Springs community.”.

Bishops Cuts/Color will also make its entrance into the Colorado Springs market, leasing 1,491 square feet within the retail development. The Portland, Ore.-based unisex barbershop salon currently has six Colorado shops in operation, located in metro Denver and Boulder. With shops in 14 states plus the District of Columbia, Bishops offers a-la carte pricing for haircuts, color services, trims, styling, shaves, blowouts and more.

“This project provides the opportunity to introduce two unique brands with individual, distinct character to the Colorado Springs area,” said Nick Kitaeff, development director with Confluent Development. “We’re honored to launch our relationship with both of these established and strong companies while enhancing the retail offerings in the Colorado Springs market.”

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