Stanley Marketplace shows us where we’ll one day sit and drink beer

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Oh hey, Stanley. Lookin’ good.

The steadily growing Stanley Marketplace recently shared some updates on the renovation of the old Stanley Aviation warehouse. The 140,000-square-foot space in Stapleton — where they once manufactured ejector seats — has been under construction for about 10 months now. And even before work began, it was already 100 percent leased to about 50 local business, the Denver Post reported.

Among the businesses that have already been announced as residents are Infinite Monkey Theorem, Denver Biscuit Company, Rosenberg’s Bagels, Rolling Smoke BBQ, GoodBird Kitchen, Hope Tank, Etai’s Juice Bar and Sazza.

And Stanley Marketplace already opened to visitors a handful of times when it hosted the Big Wonderful.

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