Dick Monfort’s McGregor Square project announces more commercial tenants, hotel name

McGregor Square, the three-building, combination hotel-condo-commercial project slated to open early next year across from Coors Field at 20th and Wazee streets, has announced a batch of incoming retail tenants.

Denver chain the Tattered Cover Book Store had already said its plans to relocate its 16th Street location to McGregor Square early next year. When it does, it will be joined by a Starbucks, Bank of Colorado branch and a gym called Rock Fitness powered by Inward Fitness, according to a news release this week.

Colorado Rockies co-owner and CEO Dick Monfort is developing McGregor Square, named for the team’s late president Keli McGregor. Monfort, on a tour of the project earlier this year, also highlighted an incoming food hall, sports bar, and a fine dining restaurant there. The names of those tenants and concepts have not yet been released.

The project’s 176-room hotel, which will house an interactive Rockies’ team hall of fame on the second floor, does have a name. Project spokeswoman Maya Brook said in an email that it will be called the Rally Hotel.

Originally slated to open on New Year’s Day, McGregor Square has been slightly delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Our residents will begin to move in in January. The hotel and most of our retail will open in March, and we will be announcing even more retail partners in the coming months,” the project’s general manager, Patrick Walsh, said in this week’s new release.