Adams District Court
Roberts Electrical Contracting v. Farrington Construction Management; Clayton Properties Group II dba Oakwood Homes
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at the Green Valley Ranch Clubhouse, 4875 N. Rome St. in Aurora, due to $146,000 in unpaid work.
Attorneys: Neal K. Dunning, Brown Dunning Walker Fein P.C.
Bethany Depps v. Roger That Construction; Steve Rodriguez
The plaintiff alleges she hired the defendants to build an addition to her house and shed at 7964 Marion Circle in Thornton and paid $12,000 but the defendants did defective work and then abandoned the project. The plaintiff seeks $18,000.
Attorneys: Terry Ehrlich, Arnold & Arnold
Thornton Development Authority v. Thornton; Colorado Department of Public Health And Environment; Public Service Company of Colorado; TSC Equities; NAS Denver Property; Thornton Loan; Family Dollar Stores of Colorado; Clinica Campesina/Family Health Services; Watermill Express; Redbox Automated Retail; Populus Financial Group dba Ace Cash Express; Calzamundo of Denver; Angello’s Event Center; Thornton Laundromat; First Lady Nails Bar; Denver Area Central Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous dba Mountain View Group AA; Word Alive Ministries; Motorcycle Training Academy; Lisa L. Culpepper, Adams County Treasurer
The plaintiff seeks to declare the defendants’ property a blighted area for redevelopment as the South Thornton Urban Renewal Area “to reduce, eliminate, and prevent the spread of blight by demolishing and clearing buildings and existing improvements, and conducting environmental contamination remediation.”
Attorneys: Richard F. Rodriguez, Donald M. Ostrander and Stephanie M. Ceccato, Hamre Rodriguez Ostrander & Dingess P.C.
Tonya Haas Davidson v. Todd Creek Farms Homeowners Association
The plaintiff, who owns property at 9484 E. 153rd Ave. in Westminster, disputes decisions by the HOA board that she claims were done by secret ballot.
Attorneys: Tonya Haas Davidson
Apco Electric v. Nobo; Imboden; Cornerstone Income Fund; Walrath Corporation dba Walrath Heating and Air Condition Co; Lisa Culpepper, Adams County Public Trustee
Foreclosure of a mechanic’s lien at 6995 Imboden Road in Watkins due to $136,270 in unpaid work.
Attorneys: Colin P. Baumchen and Abigail R. Frame, Woods Aitken
Stephanie Zwiers v. Legacy Ridge West Master Homeowners
The plaintiff alleges the defendant’s drainage system caused standing water on her property. She seeks enforcement of HOA covenants and undisclosed compensation.
Attorneys: Kayla A. Banzali and William J. O’Donnell, Robinson & Henry P.C.
Arapahoe District Court
FC Marketplace v. Thomas Dodd III; TBD III Construction
The plaintiff alleges it loaned the defendant and his construction company $275,000 in 2018 but the defendants have failed to make monthly payments and owe $198,534.
Attorneys: Jason Redmond and Karlie Schafer, The Moore Law Group
Chelsea Nishkian Corp. v. Green Dutch Kratos
The plaintiff, owner of property at 17600 E. Exposition Drive Unit C in Aurora, claims it leased the property to the defendant, which then violated cannabis cultivation rules and didn’t pay for upgrades as required under the lease.
Attorneys: Bill E. Kyriagis, Otten Johnson Robinson Neff & Ragonetti P.C.
David Frost v. Avenue5 Residential; Greystar Real Estate Partners; Kent Place Associates; J P Morgan Investment Management; Michael Bird
The plaintiff claims that he lived at The Residences at Kent Place, 3465 S. Gaylord Court Unit B505 in Englewood, and the defendant owners and managers failed to protect him from being sprayed with mace or bear spray during an altercation in August 2020.
Attorneys: Timur Kishinevsky, Michael J. Buchanan and Gordon Westmont, Law Office of Timur Kishinevsky
Jordan Weiss v. Nicole Skinner; Matrix Financial Services Corporation
Real estate partition. The plaintiff claims he purchased a home at 5539 S. Himalaya Way in Centennial with the defendant but the two have since stopped dating. The plaintiff requests a partition “to avoid further credit damage resulting from the defendant’s missed loan payments, property taxes (and) HOA fees.”
Attorneys: Salvador Quintana, Quintana Law Firm
Clayton Properties Group II dba Oakwood Homes v. City of Aurora
The plaintiff appeals the defendant’s denial of a prior appeal regarding the denial of water permits for the property development called Prairie Point.
Attorneys: Jody Harper Alderman, Steve Nagy and Makenna X. Johnson, Alderman Bernstein
Boulder District Court
First United Methodist Church Boulder v. Gardner Capital Development; Gardner Capital Affordable Development
The plaintiff claims it owns property at 1406 Pine St., 1414 Pine St. and 2132 14th St. in Boulder and that the defendants, who lease the property, stopped paying rent in 2019, leading to a lawsuit and settlement. Then, in April 2022, the defendant again stopped paying rent and now owes $84,400 in back rent, according to the plaintiff.
Attorneys: Graham Fuller, Kottke & Brantz
Sonya Bertolozzi v. Annie Brook; Main Street North Residences
Plaintiff alleges the defendants, who operate an Airbnb at 4657 13th St. in Boulder next to the plaintiff’s home, ignored a methamphetamine lab at the property, making her ill.
Attorneys: Rachel R. Mentz, Mentz Law P.C.
Carlyle Investment Group v. Red Horse Construction
The plaintiff alleges it paid the defendant $48,000 for rubbish removal at residential properties affected by the Marshall Fire — 802, 804, 806, 808 and 810 Spyglass Circle in Louisville — and the defendant failed to do the work correctly.
Attorneys: Michael S. Samelson and Julie M. Yates, Wick & Trautwein
Terence Buss; Neil Bresler v. Town of Erie; Richmond American Homes Corporation; Hudick Excavating; HEI Civil
The plaintiffs, who own 1010 N. 119th St. and 1002 N. 119th St. in Lafayette, say the defendants are building a waterline on their property that will damage it.
Attorneys: Andrew Pipes, Frascona Joiner Goodman & Greenstein P.C.
Matthew Duncan v. Panorama Scenes Lands and Concrete
The plaintiff claims he hired the defendant to install a low wall, patio and patio drainage in the backyard of his home at 4530 Osage Drive in Boulder and the work was shoddy.
Attorneys: Kenneth R. Morris
Broomfield District Court
Advanced Construction Services v. Villanueva Construction Corp.
Motion to substitute a $45,649 bond for a mechanic’s lien at 16650, 16654, 16658, 16662, 16666 and 16670 Shoshone Place in Broomfield.
Attorneys: M. Gabriel McFarland and Cyd Hunt, McFarland Litigation Partners
Denver District Court
AGCS Marine Insurance Company, as subrogee of KSE Elitch Gardens aka Revesco v. Thoutt Brothers Concrete Contractors Inc.; GH Phipps Construction Company; Turner Construction Company
The plaintiff alleges the defendants damaged Elitch Gardens while working on the Meow Wolf project, via “spillage of concrete on the windows and/or window structures.” The plaintiff seeks $30,000 in damages.
Attorneys: Steven G. York, Geri O’Brien Williams and Sean J. O’Brien, Dworkin Chambers Williams York Benson & Evans P.C.
Nautilus Insurance Company, as subrogee of Total Fire Protection Inc. v. Five Star Fire Protection Inc.
The plaintiff alleges the defendant was hired to install a fire sprinkler system at 9193 E. 47th Ave. in Denver, which is a Home 2 Suites by Hilton, but did shoddy work that caused leaks. The plaintiff seeks “in excess of $82,000.”
Attorneys: Geri O’Brien Williams and Sean J. O’Brien, Dworkin Chambers Williams York Benson & Evans P.C.
Harrison Street Homes LLC v. Shingara Properties LLC; Harrison Street Triplex Homeowners’ Association Inc.
The plaintiff alleges the defendant Shingara tried to deed a small portion of property in Cherry Creek to the defendant Harrison Street but accidentally transferred three lots. The plaintiff, which bought those three lots, wants the incorrect deed corrected.
Attorneys: Robert W. Smith
Pinnacol Assurance v. B2BD LLC; Saddleback Design Inc.
The plaintiff alleges that a person it insures suffered injuries while working at the defendants’ worksite when he fell through a crawl space hole covered by a carpet.
Attorneys: Anthony E. Derwinski, Ruegsegger Simons & Stern
Paul A. Johnson v. CJM Investments LLC; Christopher J. Medina
The plaintiff alleges that when he bought a house at 1505 South Hazel Court in Denver from the defendants, who had fixed it and flipped it, the defendants claimed it had potable water when it did not have potable water.
Attorneys: Eric R. Coakley
Edwin Cano; Martina Gonzales, guardians of Elvisray Gonzales-Cano, Kairo Cano, and Aleia Cano v. Gelt Oneida Fee Owner LLC; JSLT Oneida LLC; Apartment Management Consultants LLC; Cedar Run Apartments; Does
The plaintiffs allege they suffered from “slum-like conditions” at the Cedar Run Apartments, 888 S. Oneida St. in Denver, which defendants own and operate.
Attorneys: Brian A. Murphy and Christopher Alger, The Murphy Law Firm
J.R. Butler Inc. v. M.A. Mortenson Co.; National Jewish Health aka National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine
The plaintiff claims it is owed $146,344 for work it did at the National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine, 1400 Jackson St. in Denver.
Attorneys: Paul G. Urtz, Miller & Urtz
Allied Western Energy Inc., a Colorado corporation v. KJK Corp. of Texas
Lease dispute. The plaintiff claims it owns property at 430 S. Navajo St. in Denver and leased it to the defendant, who refused to pay $147,192 in taxes.
Attorneys: Shannon M. Bell, Kelly Law Partners
Michael Catalano Jr. v. Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Co.; Concrete Works of Colorado Inc.
The plaintiff, who owns residential property at 2927 N. Marion St. in Denver, alleges the defendant concrete company damaged the property and the defendant insurance company improperly failed to pay full benefits.
Attorneys: Tanner Havens and David J. Furtado, Furtado Law P.C.
Omar Mubarak MD; Leslie Rose MD v. City and County of Denver
The plaintiffs, a married couple who live at 1 S. Birch St. in Denver, say that on March 8, 2021, “hundreds of gallons of grayish-brown water were pouring into their finished basement” because the defendant failed to maintain the sewer line.
Attorneys: Thomas P. Walsh III, T. Walsh Law Firm
Ian Smith; Bethany Smith v. Summit Renovations Inc.; Todd Peirce
The plaintiffs say they paid the defendants $328,545 for renovations at their home at 3114 W. 26th Ave. in Denver and the defendants failed to complete the work.
Attorneys: Adam J. Gentile and Kirsten N. Kube, Fox Rothschild
Phoenix Demolition v. TM Grace Builders Inc.
The plaintiff claims it performed excavation and backfill work at 1 Carriage Brook Road in Cherry Hills Village but hasn’t been paid the $27,590 it is owed by the defendant.
Attorneys: Robert H. Miller, Miller & Law P.C.
Lancaster Stoneworks Inc. dba A.P. Eberlein Co. Inc. v. Martines Palmiero Construction LLC; WC Vuewest Owner VIII LLC fka GPIF DTC Multi LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; Wells Fargo Bank NA: KLM Commercial LLC aka KLM Framing LLC; Rolling Ridge Deck & Home Inc.; Rio Grande Co.
Collections on $97,177 in unpaid construction services and a mechanic’s lien foreclosure at “a multiunit residential construction project known as the DTC Union Project.”
Attorneys: Max S. Stich, Tiemeier & Stich P.C.
Douglas District Court
Gem Resourcing LLC v. Mark IV Capital Inc.; M4 Maroon LLC
Lease dispute. The plaintiff alleges the defendant leased property at 9635 Maroon Circle in Englewood and promised to construct a polished concrete floor but the “defendants’ contractor botched the polished concrete floor” and the defendant refused to replace it.
Attorneys: Mark W. Nelson and K. Thomas Cantley, Nelson Law Firm
Jefferson District Court
Northpeak Commercial Advisors v. Sandoval Gardens
The plaintiff alleges the defendant has denied the plaintiff a $76,500 real estate commission and that its owner “has repeatedly threatened to remove himself from the United States and secrete himself in a foreign country to avoid judicial process.”
Attorneys: John H. Patteson Jr., Patteson LLP
Jamie Thompson; Jim Thompson; Hale O’Lono v. Motif Shelton; Redfin Corporation
The plaintiffs, a married couple, say they purchased 16 acres of vacant land on Plainview Road in Golden for $1 million with the defendants’ help, then learned the land is “essentially valueless” because it is “impossible to secure a building permit” there.
Attorneys: Scott D. Albertson, Holley Albertson & Polk P.C.
Allstate Indemnity Company v. MDK Remodeling
The plaintiff claims it paid damages to its insured for a fire that was caused by the defendant’s faulty wiring of a garage at 13596 W. 22nd Place in Golden.
Attorneys: Jennifer A. Poynter and Matthew Foster, Poynter Law
U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America v. Georgetown Village Homeowners Association Inc.
The plaintiff wants a court judgment that it has no duty to defend the defendant in an underlying construction defects lawsuit.
Attorneys: Evan Bennett Stephenson and William M. Brophy, Spencer Fane
American Relief Group LLC, a Louisiana limited liability company v. Osprey of Aurora LLC
The plaintiff alleges the defendants have refused to pay $106,721 for construction the plaintiff performed.
Attorneys: David M. McDonald