BROOMFIELD — Broomfield drivers may soon have a new option for getting their cars serviced.
An out-of-state developer has proposed building Service Street Automotive, a 4,554-square-foot operation with eight service bays at 13735 Huron St.
The project applicant is SimonCRE R2D2 LLC, a holding company registered to the Arizona address of developer SimonCRE.
In Colorado, the company has built O’Reilly Auto Parts stores in La Junta and Pueblo, according to its online portfolio.
“Service Street will provide auto repair services ranging from brake repair, emissions, tire service, diagnostics and more,” the applicant said in a memo to Broomfield planners. “… Typically, 90% of vehicles are same-day service, or in one day and out the next day. The average number of cars serviced per day is 20.”
The Huron Street site is vacant and is located adjacent to the Montessori Academy to the north and Advance Auto Parts store to the south, planning documents show.
The plans for Service Street, which has locations along the Front Range and in Texas and Georgia, are expected to be reviewed by the Broomfield City Council in late October.