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The Palizzi Marketplace shopping center in Brighton has gained three new businesses: The Donut Social, Premier Martial Arts and the US Army, according to a press release.

The Donut Social is a local concept that opened its first branch in the center during the summer. Premier Martial Arts, a national business, and the U.S. Army will open this fall, according to CBRE.

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The mall anchored at the King Sooper is located at 450 E Bromley Lane. These three new leases total 4,320 square feet, a sign of increased retail activity in the Denver metro area, according to CBRE retail specialist Molly Bayer. She managed marketing and three leases this summer. The mall’s owner, Westwood Financial, was represented by Bayer.


Terra Bluffs, an assisted living and memory care community in Parker, has opened its community sales offices at 8797 S. Chambers Road. The center is owned by Ellipsis, Invesque and Health Dimensions Group, with the latter managing the property.

The community is expected to open in the spring of 2023, offering pet-friendly living with several amenities such as gardens, a cinema room, a library, a fitness center and a sky lounge with a pub. The culinary program will be served in a restaurant-style dining space with views of the foothills. On-site clinical professionals will provide both care and enrichment activities, according to the statement.

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A deli with seasonal influences, Pirate Alley Boucherie, has opened in the Historic Ice House in the Union Station area, serving lunch Tuesday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

The restaurant, located at 1801 Wynkoop St Suite A-175, can accommodate up to 40 people for catering or 80 people for private events.

Chef Kyle Foster is leading the way on the concept, according to the statement. It will also serve as an event space. Foster was previously chef at Rebel Restaurant and Colt & Gray. This concept debuted in 2019 as Pirate Alley Po’Boys operating out of Julep, the Foster-owned restaurant RiNo. Pirate Alley Boucherie offers New Orleans-style Po’Boys, sandwiches, charcuterie boards, soups and salads. Canned beer and wine are available for dinners in the restaurant.

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