Corvus Coffee leases in RiNo for fifth location

Corvus Coffee has brewed up a deal for a fifth location. 

Founder and owner Phil Goodlaxson signed a lease with Charlotte-based Crescent Communities in March to open a coffee shop inside the company’s Novel Rino apartment complex at 1300 40th St. 

“I’ve always thought of RiNo as an area where people care about what they’re doing and pursue excellence,” Goodlaxson said. 

He said Corvus will open in a lobby-like area, with about 650 square feet dedicated to the coffee operation attached to roughly 1,500 square feet of community lounge space. 

Crescent bought the land for $23.7 million two years ago and has been building a 483-unit complex that tops out at 12 stories.

The complex partially opened early this month, and will fully open in the fall. Goodlaxson said he doesn’t expect to open until June because of coffee equipment delays. 

Goodlaxson started Corvus in his garage in 2010, selling at farmers markets before opening his first shop on South Broadway in 2012. His business model revolves around sourcing coffee beans from individual farmers, instead of large companies. Right now, Corvus has 18 long-term deals with farmers in Ethiopia, Colombia, Rwanda and more. 

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