Banana Republic to close store at Denver Pavilions mall

It’s a Banana Republic split.

The apparel retailer is bailing on its store within the downtown Denver Pavilions mall.

Kaitlin Burke, a spokeswoman for Banana Republic and parent company Gap, said in an email to BusinessDen that the store’s last day of operation will be Sept. 25.

Burke didn’t respond to questions regarding why the location is closing. The store is on the second floor of the mall at 500 16th St.

Banana Republic has eight other locations in Colorado, including in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center and Littleton’s Aspen Grove mall.

Denver Pavilions is owned by Denver-based Gart Properties, the real estate firm controlled by the family that merged its Gart Brothers Sporting Goods retail chain with Sports Authority in the early 2000s.

In a brief phone call Tuesday afternoon, Gart President Mark Sidell indicated the firm was not happy about Banana Republic’s decision.

“There’s some stuff in the lease that doesn’t allow them to do this,” Sidell said.

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