24 February 2016 | 4:22 am
LAKEWOOD — A Harley-Davidson dealership would anchor a planned retail development at the intersection of C-470 and West Alameda Parkway in Jefferson County, developers say.
Greg Stevinson of Denver West Partners, developer of the Denver West shopping center and Colorado Mills Mall in Lakewood, is one of four partners in Three Dinos, which owns the land.
Three Dinos has been working for years to develop the property, he said at a public informational meeting Tuesday night in Lakewood.
Harley-Davidson is the most promising retailer willing to anchor a retail center with restaurants and a hotel, said Hank Brumley, a development partner with Denver-based Stream Stream Realty Partners who was at the meeting. The dealership would relocate from the current West Colfax Avenue store in Denver.
Three Dinos is eyeing development on parcels in the northwest corner and southeast corners of the intersection. The dealership would likely be located in the southeastern parcel and needs to be rezoned in order to allow automotive sales. Warehouses and light industrial uses are planned for the other parcel.
Stevinson and Brumley fielded questions about the impact of increased motorcycle traffic and the future of the Dinosaur Ridge visitors center, which sits in the middle of one of the planned development sites on land owned by Jefferson County Open Space.
The developer’s next step is to file a formal rezoning request with Jefferson County. Stevinson would not say when he plans to do that, but did say that the informational meetings hosted this week were meant to gauge public opinion and gather suggestions.
Josie Klemaier: 303-954-2465, email@example.com or @JosieKlemaier
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