The Rock Lounge has summit in sight after a tough climb

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The Rock Lounge has summit in sight after a tough climb

Climbing gym plans to open this month after construction setback
Workers put down padded flooring Friday at The Rock Lounge in its new building at 111 E. 30th St. The gym moved into a building that formerly housed an antique store called Treasures By Therese. The gym expects to open Feb. 23.
Marcus Garcia, owner of the Rock Lounge, puts down padded flooring Friday at the gym’s new location in the building across the street from Durango Brewing Co. The reopening of the gym was delayed by negotiations with the city of Durango.
Owners of the building at 111 E. 30th St, Jean and Andy Gresh, installed improvements ahead of The Rock Lounge opening in the space. They paved parking, put in new drainage, installed a corrugated metal fence, and poured an accessible sidewalk. They are leasing the building to The Rock Lounge, which plans to open in two weeks.

The Rock Lounge has summit in sight after a tough climb

Workers put down padded flooring Friday at The Rock Lounge in its new building at 111 E. 30th St. The gym moved into a building that formerly housed an antique store called Treasures By Therese. The gym expects to open Feb. 23.
Marcus Garcia, owner of the Rock Lounge, puts down padded flooring Friday at the gym’s new location in the building across the street from Durango Brewing Co. The reopening of the gym was delayed by negotiations with the city of Durango.
Owners of the building at 111 E. 30th St, Jean and Andy Gresh, installed improvements ahead of The Rock Lounge opening in the space. They paved parking, put in new drainage, installed a corrugated metal fence, and poured an accessible sidewalk. They are leasing the building to The Rock Lounge, which plans to open in two weeks.
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