Food hall proposed near Durango Mall

Food hall proposed near Durango Mall

Building could house 8-10 restaurants in shipping containers
Peak Development Partners is proposing Tap River, a 10,000- to 12,000-square-foot building that would house multiple restaurants at this site above the Animas River Trail just south of Vantiv near the Durango Mall.
Restaurants could have a new home in Tap River, a 10,000- to 12,000-square-foot building that Peak Development Partners is proposing to build overlooking the Animas River near the Durango Mall. It may be home to a second Grassburger location. Ed Kileen, an owner of Grassburger, is also one of the developers of the project.
A building that plans to incorporate shipping containers into its design could be built near Vantiv overlooking the Animas River. It would incorporate more traditional materials in addition to the shipping containers. Some of the walls could be translucent and illuminated with interior lights, according to early plans.

Food hall proposed near Durango Mall

Peak Development Partners is proposing Tap River, a 10,000- to 12,000-square-foot building that would house multiple restaurants at this site above the Animas River Trail just south of Vantiv near the Durango Mall.
Restaurants could have a new home in Tap River, a 10,000- to 12,000-square-foot building that Peak Development Partners is proposing to build overlooking the Animas River near the Durango Mall. It may be home to a second Grassburger location. Ed Kileen, an owner of Grassburger, is also one of the developers of the project.
A building that plans to incorporate shipping containers into its design could be built near Vantiv overlooking the Animas River. It would incorporate more traditional materials in addition to the shipping containers. Some of the walls could be translucent and illuminated with interior lights, according to early plans.
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