Previously known as Twin Peaks Mall, the shopping center is currently home to Whole Foods Market, Wyatt’s Wet Goods, Gold’s Gym, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, among others.
NewMark Merrill Mountain States has inked three new leases at Village at the Peaks, a 442,000-square-foot shopping center in Longmont, Colo. When all the retailers will open for business, the retail asset will be 99 percent occupied. NewMark’s Ross Carpenter secured the three contracts.
Starting next spring, Burlington will occupy 35,032 square feet and Bank of America approximately 4,700 square feet. Nothing Bundt Cakes leased 2,253 square feet, with the store expected to open later this year. Formerly known as Twin Peaks Mall, the shopping center features amenities such as a children’s play area and fire pits.
Located between Hover Road and Ken Pratt Boulevard at 1250 S. Hover St., the property provides convenient access to Boulder County’s tech corridor. Village at the Peaks includes roughly 40 tenants, including Whole Foods Market, Sam’s Club and Regal Cinemas, Wyatt’s Wet Goods, Gold’s Gym, Party City, Tuesday Morning, Chuck & Don’s Pet Food and Supplies, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless.
Original Article: NewMark Merrill Signs 3 Leases at Colorado Retail Property
By Molly Armbrister