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located (it closed October 24) to  nance his ambitious plans, which kicked o  on November 1 with La Loma reopening downtown Denver. He will build two more La Loma locations—one near the aquarium and one in Castle Rock Promenade.
X nity will have a new storefront in the Fall and Whole Foods is currently under construction and scheduled to have it’s grand opening early 2020. Progress of this construction is very noticeable as you drive past the new Whole Foods project site. The most recent openings at the Promenade include Black Rock Coffee, Starbucks Coffee, Del Taco, 7-11 Convenience Store, Chick Fil- A, Fuzzy Taco, and now open is Cuba Cuba. All of these places have easy access from both south and north I-25 exits. And yes, there are new retail stores and eateries coming soon!
Larkspur Jellystone RV Resort and Campground:
The 18-mile South Gap I-25 highway construction project is split into three geographic sections – north, middle and south. Since work began in September 2018, construction has focused on the northern section of the project, between Plum Creek Parkway and Sky View Lane/Tomah Road. Crews are preparing for constructiononthesouthernsectionoftheproject,betweenGreenlandRoadandMonument. Signi cant slowdowns of tra c are now an everyday experience for drivers along this corridor. Slow drivers will also notice major construction and earth moving at the Tomah Road exit, Larkspur. This is the project development and expansion of the Jellystone RV Resort and Campground in Larkspur, Colorado. I have made multiple attempts to contact o cials from Sun Corp, the company who is funding and building this massive RV/Campground Park. However, to date I have not received any o cial response or speci c information from any company o cial. From information which I obtained from some on-site construction o cials, plus obtaining updates from the company website, here is a list of items about this expansion project:
• Add over 450 new campsites for guests with a total of 500 spaces upon completion
• New water park with pool, slides, water features, water blasters and cannons, swim up bar, lazy river, etc.
• New restaurant and bar
• New meeting hall for special events and gatherings
• Zip lines and miniature golf
• Outdoor amphitheater for concerts and special entertainment
• Automated welcome kiosks for guest check-in
• New welcome/visitor center
• Newly constructed on-site sewage treatment facility
• Newly constructed water pumping station
• Disc golf course
• Playground
• Luxury glamping experience program and facilities
• Laundromat
• Dog park
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