Northglenn officials have been busy conducting groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremonies for new businesses.
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Debbie Tuttle, economic development manager with the city, gave City Council an economic development update during its Nov. 25 regular meeting.
“We had 11 new businesses in October, so that was a great month for us,” she said.
In the month of October, officials celebrated the ribbon cuttings of Quirky Homebrew Supply Shop, which leased 3,337 square feet of space at 115th Avenue and provides beer, wine and soda making supplies and equipment; R&M Liquors, 1,800 square-foot store at 11926 Washington St.; and EZ Pawn, 560 Malley Drive.
Officials also held a ground breaking for North Metro Dental Care, a 2,500-square-foot facility to be located at the northwest corner of Malley and Washington Street.
“That will be a great redevelopment project,” Tuttle said.
A groundbreaking for the Walmart Neighborhood Market, located at the former Garland Center, is planned for 11 a.m. Dec. 13.
The 11 new businesses that opened in October added 16 new jobs to the workforce and absorbed 24,068 square feet of office, industrial and retail space, according to a staff memo. Along with R&M and Quirky, the new businesses include Alley Home Care, providing non-medical home care services at 11154 Huron St. Suite 106; Clear Leaf, providing vapor pens and accessories, 1466 W. 104th Ave.; 5280 Creations, provides dental laboratory and fabrication services for crowns and veneers at 11678 N. Huron; The Auto Haus of Colorado, auto restoration services at 10750 Irma Drive Suite 22; Dollar Shop Malley at 550 Malley Drive (next to their former location); Honda St. Shop, auto repair services at 10855 Irma Drive Unit A; Kandy Koated Ink, tattoo studio at 476 Malley Drive; North End Sound, provides sound system equipment and support services for concerts, venues and events productions at 10651 Irma Drive, Unit B; and Scientific Martial Arts and Fitness, martial arts and fitness instruction at 440 Garland Drive Unit C.
Five businesses reported closing in October, including Brooks Used Books, 476 Malley; Wild Wood Sub & Cakes Pop by Design, 1040 W. 104th; G’s Spot Barbershop, 1028 W. 104th; and Low Tax Strategies, 11055 Huron Street, No. 401.
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