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Two new tenants sign on at Stanley Marketplace

The old ejector-seat factory is slated for reinvention as a chic market.

Stanley Marketplace has added two tenants to its roster of businesses opening at the market later this year. 

The Savory Spice kiosk will feature more than 400 freshly ground herbs and spices and more than 160 handcrafted seasonings, which are ground and blended weekly to ensure superior quality and freshness. 

"We have a truly amazing lineup to share with Stanley patrons," says Mike Johnston, founding partner of Savory Spice. "Some of the tried-and-true favorites include our Supreme Saigon Cinnamon, Peruvian Chile Lime Seasoning, Bourbon Barrel Smoked Black Pepper and Madagascar Vanilla Beans."
 
MindCraft will feature engineering kits and other products promoting critical thinking, as well as a do-it-yourself-focused creative space where all ages can gather to learn and invent. New technologies such as 3D printers, CNC machines, scanners and laser cutters will engage participants. 

Co-owners Brenda Lane and Adriana Santacoloma, who have more than 50  years of combined experience as teachers, school administrators, coaches and program directors, developed MindCraft as a dynamic spinoff from their tutoring center in Lowry, eXL Learning.

"Through operating eXL Learning, we discovered that the kids we serve love to learn through hands-on making and creating," Lane says. "We will offer the types of after-school programming that will make us the place kids want to be, in addition to providing a wide variety of classes for all ages. You are never too young or too old to learn how to make."

The more than 22-acre, 100,000-square-foot Stanley Marketplace at 2501 Dallas St. in Aurora at the edge of Denver was once Stanley Aviation headquarters, where airplane ejector seats were engineered and manufactured.

Contact Confluence Denver Development News Editor Margaret Jackson with tips and leads for future stories at margaret@confluence-denver.com.

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Margaret is a veteran Denver real estate reporter and can be contacted here.
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