La Loma opening up new locations in DTC, Parker

A approximately 50-calendar year previous local Mexican cafe is spicing factors up with two new destinations in Parker and the Denver Tech Middle.

La Loma signed a lease for an 8,148-sq.-foot space within just DTC’s Belleview Promenade at 8000 E. Belleview Ave., where by Il Fornaio Italian cafe earlier operated in advance of closing thanks to COVID, in accordance to broker Kelly Greene with Legend Associates.

Greene also represented La Loma in a offer for a 6,442-sq.-foot area in Parker at 9355 Crown Crest Blvd., the place Armando’s Ristorante operated for 33 yrs prior to closing last September.

La Loma presently has areas at 1801 Broadway in downtown Denver, the place it moved in 2016, and in Castle Rock, which opened final yr.

The Tex-Mex restaurant is owned by Brinkerhoff Hospitality, led by William Brinkerhoff and his son Mark. The Brinkerhoffs did not respond to a ask for for remark.

Peter Pavlakis and Lara Silversmith of Legend Partners represented Belleview Promenade in the DTC deal. Justin Gregory and Patrick McGlinchy of SRS Authentic Estate Partners represented the Parker landlord.

Courtesy of Brinkerhoff Hospitality by way of BusinessDenver

Mark Brinkerhoff, still left, and his father William Brinkerhoff possess La Loma and the Sierra Cafe.

La Loma at first opened in 1973 at 2637 W. 26th Ave. in Jefferson Park. It was owned by the Mendoza family, who ended up influenced by their grandma Savina Mendoza’s eco-friendly chile recipe, in accordance to the restaurant’s web-site.

Valda Udley

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