Danielle Van Ede traveled all over the world before landing in Denver.
With live music in the air, outdoor games, food trucks, a stilt walker and a variety of artisans selling their wares, NE Denver played host for the first time to The Big Wonderful on Sat., May 21.
The Big Wonderful founder Josh Sampson describes his project this way: “It’s so much fun. Big fun. More fun. Ultimate fun.” Starting on May 21, the popular community marketplace will be held at The Stanley twice a month offering vendors, food trucks, family activities and live music.
Savory Spice Shop, the Velvet Wolf Boutique, and Empanada To-Go Shop will all locate in the Stanley Marketplace.
Flightline Ventures., the original developers of Stanley Marketplace, realized that with a growing budget and 50 tenants coming in, they needed a partner with complementary skills: Westfield Real Estate.
Westfield Company purchased 50 percent of Stanley.
Stanley Marketplace revealed more future tenants, including a fitness studio, barbecue joint, clothing stores, and a chocolate and pastry shop.
Residents across from Stanley Marketplace have expressed concerns regarding The Big Wonderful.
The warm-weather weekend festival including food trucks, a beer market, music and urban gardens that has taken place at Curtis Park will move to Stanley Marketplace in 2016.
A brewery that combines flavors from around the world will be among the Stanley Marketplace tenants.