Salad chain Sweetgreen plans to open in downtown Denver, Cherry Creek, Boulder

DENVER — Hip salad chain Sweetgreen is tossing up a few Colorado locations.

The company is set to plant eateries in Cherry Creek, Boulder and near Denver’s Union Station, public records show. They will be the California-based company’s first locations in Colorado.

State business records show that company formed Sweetgreen Colorado LLC in March. In late July, that entity created the trade names Sweetgreen LODO, Sweetgreen Cherry Creek and Sweetgreen Boulder.

Permit applications recently submitted to Denver indicate that the company plans to move into one of the retail units in East West Partners’ Coloradan condo development, at 1750 Wewatta St. near Union Station. In Cherry Creek, the company plans to move in next to Soul Cycle at 255 St. Paul St., within BMC Investments’ St. Paul Collection project.

Sweetgreen has submitted permits for a space at 255 Saint Paul St. Credit: BusinessDen

A Sweetgreen spokeswoman didn’t provide comment as of press time.

Read more about this story on BusinessDen.com

AlertMe
Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.