McLoughlin’s Restaurant and Bar in Riverfront Park has done a HUGE remodel that passed inspection this morning. That’s right folks, McLoughlin’s has reopened.
The Plaza in the heart of Riverfront Park is certainly heating up and the original tenants are the ones doing the expansion. First we saw Zengo open its new Wine Bar and Bistro Al Lado next door, then Ink expanded their own location on Little Raven (and tried a brief stint as an ice creamery), and now McLoughlin’s has taken over the adjacent space to create roughly TRIPLE the amount of square footage they had before.
That means a brand new bar, lots of booths, and even a some extra square feet on the outside patio for sitting.
The space is HUGE and it creates a new large pub atmosphere for the residents of Riverfront Park to enjoy.
The space opened up when local tenant Colorado Banks of Colorado vacated the space. So the McLoughlin brothers knocked down a wall, added some great design elements, and in less than 30 days of being closed created their transformation. For the three buildings on the plaza (Promenade Lofts, Riverfront Tower, and the Park Place Lofts) it means even more to enjoy just outside their front door.
For loyal McLoughlin’s fans many of the menu items stayed the same.. but not all. While some items have been added and dropped the end result is true to the original menu tastes from before.
From a Real Estate perspective, the growth in Riverfront Park and LoHi (including the new King Sooper Grocery store) are all signs of just how strong the Denver Urban core is. New building, both for sale and rent, have increased the density and created a great base for restaurant visionaries to come in and open their doors for all of us to enjoy.
Riverfront Park, long considered one of the most sought after addresses has also had some of the highest per square feet prices. When the market had it’s bump in the road development slowed down as creditors refused to fund new projects at questionable per square foot prices. But that doesn’t mean the resale market didn’t flourish and right now Riverfront Park’s days on market is very low.
Great listings just don’t stay available for long. And the many dining, greenspace, entertainment, and transit amenities just outside your front door are part of the reason why.
To learn more about Riverfront Park or any of the great Downtown Denver condo and loft neighborhoods contact us at New Era Realty today at 303-522-7746.
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