Real Estate/Rental Management Services
The old PostNet space in the 29th Ave. Town Center (on the circle near Anthony’s pizza), which has been vacant since 2010, is now home to TJC Real Estate and Management Services. The company started in 2005 as TJC Management, and has provided property management services in Stapleton, Park Hill and Lowry since its inception. In 2009, TJC Management became TJC Real Estate and Management Services, offering services for real estate buyers and sellers as well as rental management services.
TJC has reconfigured the 1,300 square foot space to accommodate their staff of 12 (which includes five real estate agents, all of whom are Stapleton residents), to offer walk-in services in the town center for buyers, sellers, renters and those who want to drop in to ask questions or talk about the local real estate market. The office is located at 7476 E. 29th Ave. For more information visit TJCRealEstate.com or call 303-324-6988.
MCA Considering a Move to the Town Center
The Stapleton Master Community Association has outgrown its space on Roslyn (just east of King Soopers), both in terms of their staffing and their need for a community room that is large enough to accommodate meetings and programs. The MCA is working with the city to determine whether they can enlarge the conference room on the 3rd floor at 7350 E. 29th Ave. in the town center to accommodate their programs. The city’s various code requirements are based on the square footage of a conference room and the total number of people allowed in that amount of space. The city is assessing whether the MCA’s planned usage of the space in that building will meet all their codes. If the city approves the plans, the MCA hopes to move to the town center this summer.
According to a Starbucks spokesperson, the store in the 29th Ave. Town Center will close by 1pm on June 8 for renovation and reopen June 18. The renovation will include a Clover Brewing System, a more advanced brewing system with digitally controlled temperature and brew time. The renovated store will also offer more seating and power outlets throughout the store. Once the renovation is complete, the store will feature Starbucks Reserve Coffees, a collection of coffees only available at certain locations. Details of a grand opening celebration will be available closer to June 18.