A Piece of History Comes Down
Since 1973, the iconic Stevinson Chevrolet building and sign located at the northeast corner of Colfax and Indiana (previous home of Stevinson Chevrolet) has been a fixture in Jefferson County. If you haven’t been through that intersection in awhile, you’re in for a surprise. The abandoned dealership has been torn down to make way for an exciting new development.
Since Stevinson Chevrolet moved across Indiana in 2004, the community often assumed Stevinson continued to own the abandoned building. While Stevinson sold the building and land shortly after moving, the current owners were not ready to demolish the building and redevelop the land until now.
The 11.75 acre site has been renamed Promenade at Denver West and is currently under review by the Lakewood Planning department for redevelopment of free standing restaurants and retail buildings. According to a recent Your Hub article in the Denver Post, the design plans call for a look similar to neighboring Colorado Mills and Denver West Village buildings with low roofs and a tower accent.
We will continue to update the progress of the Promenade at Denver West in future newsletters.
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