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Wells Fargo looks into Glenwood Meadows

A Wells Fargo Bank branch could soon accompany Target, Lowe’s and at least 19 other businesses at Glenwood Meadows, the center’s developer announced Monday. Gregory Moran, vice president for leasing for Glenwood Meadows developer Miller Weingarten Realty, said the bank confirmed that it will open a branch in the new shopping center. But Wells Fargo spokeswoman Christie Drumm said the bank hasn’t signed an agreement committing to a branch at Glenwood Meadows. She said Wells Fargo has been “in talks” about a new branch there, but “it’s really premature to talk about any new store in that development at this point.”Drumm said she can’t speculate about whether the current Wells Fargo location at 3230 S. Glen Ave. in Glenwood Springs would remain open if a new location were to be built in Glenwood Meadows. Moran said the new Wells Fargo could be one of more than 21 businesses at Glenwood Meadows, including Target, Lowe’s, Pier 1 Imports, Petco, Vitamin Cottage, Gart Sports, Bed Bath and Beyond and Chili’s. Smaller businesses expected to open there include a Regis salon, Great Clips, Moe’s Southwestern Grill, Zheng Asian Bistro, Magoo’s Bar and Grill, Red Mountain Wine and Spirits, Smoothie King, Help-U-Sell Real Estate, Health Styles, Marble Slab Creamery, a Verizon cell phone store, a dentist office and others. Target, he said, is scheduled to open for business Oct. 5, with Lowe’s following Nov. 1 and most of the other large “box” stores opening by mid-November. All the stores combined are expected to employ about 500 people, he said. Contact Bobby Magill: 945-8515, ext. 520bmagill@postindependent.com


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