It was the last to open and its the first to close.
Earlier today, Nike announced they will be closing the Niketown Denver location in the Denver Pavilions in mid May. Niketown Denver opened its doors in July 2009 and has since grown to be the most popular destination at the pavilion. Nike said it would be the last Niketown location they built and estimated it would generate $18 million to $19 million in annual sales. The reason behind the decision to close the $20 million, 30,000-square-foot storefront hasn’t been disclosed. It’s a sad day for sneaker heads in Denver. Via: Business Journal