Westword: Edgewater Public Market Aims For Fall Opening.
The municipality of Edgewater takes up less than a square mile of land just west of Sloan’s Lake, completely surrounded by Denver, Wheat Ridge and Lakewood. A big chunk of that territory will soon become Edgewater Public Market, a shopping center with a 50,000-square-foot food and retail hall as its focal point.
The entire project, running from 20th to 22nd avenues off Depew Street, is the work of LCP Development, a company specializing in urban infill, mostly within Denver city limits. Jonathan Bush, one of LCP’s founding principals, explains that the main market hall, situated on the north end of the property, was once a King Soopers, but the building has been vacant for more than twenty years and has been owned by the City of Edgewater since 2004.