The minds behind Denver’s top food halls are combining forces to create a new marketplace in Golden Triangle. By summer, Broadway Market will open at 950 North Broadway, in the space formerly occupied by Tony’s Market.
Broadway Market is a collaboration between Mark Shaker, who founded Stanley Marketplace in Aurora, and Brad Arguello, who co-founded (but has since left) Avanti F&B in LoHi, as well as Tim White and Chris Haugen, who built Stanley, The Source, and Zeppelin Station. The 15,000-square-foot space will fit up to 10 food and drink vendors, including a central bar, pizza place, and coffee shop. The remaining businesses will mostly come from area chefs.
The space is being designed by Shears Adkins Rockmore, who are also working on Dairy Block and Meow Wolf. Tony’s Market closed at this Broadway location in December with plans to move south to East Hampden Boulevard. Movement in the Golden Triangle neighborhood continues with Ad Hominem planned to replace Charcoal sometime this spring, and Leven deli surfacing at 12th Avenue and Bannock Street by April.
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