Braun Enterprises continues to sign tenants at their 2401 North Shepherd development. In 2016, they purchased 1.05 acres at the corner of 24th and N Shepherd. In addition to the previously announced Eyes on the Heights Optometry and Club Pilates which joined Lovett Dental, there is another fitness offering called Spenga. According to the company website, “Spenga improves your endurance, strengthens muscles and revitalizes your body through a unique combination of spin, HIIT training and yoga.”
There is still 4,436 square feet of retail space in building one and 2,819 square feet available in building two. The second floor has been leased, but the tenant has not been announced.
Former Aztec site taking shape
As The Leader reported last spring, Braun Enterprises also purchased the former Aztec Rental Center at 2001 W. 34th St. Braun now has a flyer on their website for the approximately 5.5 acre site. Plans show two 10,050 square foot buildings with a central patio between them. To lease, contact Zachary Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GeekLife offering child-friendly co-working space
GeekLife, located at 728 W 20th St., has started offering child-friendly co-working Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. During these times, parents can use the shop’s table space to get some work done while their children do their own “work” using GeekLife’s Montessori-inspired activity stations that are geared for 3-8 year olds.
“We currently have counting, sorting and sensory activities, among others, with plans to add and rotate new activities periodically,” said owner Angel Viator Smith. “We’re also planning a book and comic library for older children.”
The cost is $5 per child and is good for the whole day. Additionally, they have a fenced-in and shaded back yard, complete with hobbit house.
GeekLife has also added Hero Kids on Saturday mornings.
“It is a role playing game designed for children aged 5-12 and I personally run it,” said Smith. “Our last session was completely full and the next one is filling up fast. It is $15 per child and runs from 10 a.m.-noon. It’s been a lot of fun and I love seeing how the children step up to save the day.”
On July 6 they’ll be starting Friday night HEXBUG Nano races. Participants compete with each other in multiple races using a small electronic robot – one of their own or a loaner from the store. It is $5 per participant and everyone gets the opportunity to select from a prize wall at the end of the event.
For more information please visit, www.shopgeeklife.com
Revive Updates at Ella & 34th
Monica Danna with Revive said that there are two leases out for the remaining two spots at Ella Oaks Center, on Ella at 34th. Brush & Bobby Salon and Branché Boutique recently acquired their permits to start construction. In dining news, Aladdin Mediterranean just got its occupancy permit, so it won’t be long until they can open. BB’s Café, who, unlike Aladdin, will serve alcohol, will not be far behind.
Retro Gas Station for lease
Revive purchased Kim’s Service Station at 3210 N. Shepherd last year and has been working with the former owner as he seeks to move his business further north. Revive is currently looking for tenants for the space. As their flyer says, “this site can be creatively repurposed into a stylish, heavily-trafficked neighborhood restaurant, or easily converted to an automotive use. Enjoy a 20 to 1 parking ratio with drive-thru access or a bustling patio space.”
See http://www.reviveco.com for more information.
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