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Experiential sportsman’s club set to open in Lakewood, Colo.

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Experiential sportsman’s club set to open in Lakewood, Colo.

Nadel Architecture designed the project.


By David Malone, Managing Editor | September 30, 2021
The Gallery Sportsman's Lounge and Range
Courtesy Nadel Architecture

The Gallery Sportsman’s Club & Range will be the Denver area’s first multi-use, experiential indoor shooting facility. The project will feature a high-tech shooting range, retail, and a coffee bar and lounge.

The Nadel Architecture-designed space will include 15 shooting lanes, eight of which will be tactical lanes; private training rooms; and over 3,000 sf of retail. Full-height glass viewing areas will provide visitors a glimpse into the shooting lanes.

The project looks to forgo the feel and aesthetics of a typical gun range. “We’ve branded an environment to disassociate from the stigma of gun ranges – that is dark, dingy, and unwelcoming to new guests,” said Ryan Weller, Director of Retail, Nadel Architecture, in a release. “The space will feature custom art displays created especially for the brand and utilize the latest advancements in range technology. High-end treatments such as polished concrete, solid wood fixturing, natural stone, and ultra-lux decor will provide a refined look and feel that are sure to elevate the user experience.”

The Gallery Sportsman’s Club and Range is slated for completion in the fourth quarter of 2021.

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