Arc’teryx is venturing out of its Cherry Creek space.
The 3,500 square feet the Vancouver-based outdoor apparel and gear company occupies at 250 Columbine St. is being marketed for lease, according to materials obtained by BusinessDen.
Arc’teryx did not confirm when it plans to move out of its only Denver retail store.
“Our team is still in the midst of finalizing details for this location, but we are committed to having an Arc’teryx location in Denver,” a spokesperson told BusinessDen.
Brokers Kelly Greene and Pete Pavlakis with Legend Partners are marketing the space.
Arc’teryx, which was founded in 1989 as a brand for climbers, sells apparel such as insulated jackets and vests along with climbing gear like harnesses and chalk bags. Its logo and name refers to Archaeopteryx, one of the first birds.
Arc’teryx opened the Cherry Creek store in 2018. The company also recently signed a lease for a store in Boulder on Pearl Street, which has yet to open. It has an outlet in Castle Rock and a “Backcountry Experience” store in Durango.
The retailer recently got a new landlord in Cherry Creek. Texas-based Crescent Real Estate paid $82.75 million in August to buy the eight-story building at 200 Columbine St. and the retail space in the 250 Columbine condo complex from Denver-based Western Development Group, according to public records.
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