Vintage Clothing Store Signs Retail Lease in Boulder

1915 Broadway, courtesy of Downtown Boulder Partnership.

CBRE recently arranged the lease of a 3,945-square-foot retail space in Boulder, located at 1915 Broadway, to Ragstock, a unique store selling vintage and recycled clothing, new and trendy fashion apparel and accessories as well as costume and party gear.

CBRE’s Molly Bayer represented the tenant in the transaction. The landlord is Tebo Properties, a commercial real estate owner and developer in Boulder County.

“Ragstock couldn’t have picked a better location for their return to Boulder,” said CBRE’s Bayer. “The proximity to restaurants and the walkability of the surrounding community make it a great place to set up shop.”

The store is one block from Pearl Street, Boulder’s bustling pedestrian thoroughfare. Just up the hill lies the University of Colorado Boulder, while the iconic Flatirons offer a stunning backdrop for visitors and shoppers.  

“We’re thrilled to be back in the Boulder market,” said Libby Finn, president of Ragstock. “The Colorado market in general, and Boulder in particular, has proven to be a perfect fit for Ragstock’s unique mix of vintage and new apparel and accessories. We can’t wait to reopen our doors in Boulder. We believe this new location right off of Pearl Street will be a great addition to everything Boulder has to offer.”

Founded in Minneapolis, MN in 1954, Minneapolis Rag Stock Company is one of America’s longest-running retailers of vintage and recycled clothing. Ragstock also carries affordable new clothing and accessories online and in its forty-two retail locations and has more than 300 employees.

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