“Construction costs are killing more business momentum than anything,” said a broker as to the reason why the eatery won’t be opening on Pearl Street.
Appeals court upholds Larimer County’s denial of Thornton’s 72-mile water pipeline
Thornton has owned shares in the Poudre River for decades and because of its robust growth over the last decade or so to a city of nearly 150,000 people, it needs to start accessing that water for its future residents.
Evergreen’s Hiwan Golf Club sells
The family that has owned the golf course since the 1970s sold it to an operator that bought another Front Range club in 2020.
Castle Pines wrapping up $25M renovation ahead of PGA return
“Every hole was touched over the last few years to bring the course back to a more modern, tournament-ready course,” said the 2024 BMW Championship chairman.
Timnath tees up a new Topgolf
Officials from a Larimer County town near Fort Collins have been actively pursuing Topgolf.
Building Permits 4.20.22
A new $120M apartment building in Sunnyside, more construction at DIA and a few tenant upfits at a downtown office tower.
Travel club Inspirato opens books prior to IPO vote
On the cusp of going public through a SPAC deal, the Denver company discloses its business operations and predicts almost $1 billion in revenue in 2025.
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The Docket: real estate lawsuit roundup for 10.7.21
A landlord in trying to collect $40K from a gym. Plus a Denver property owner sues Denver over a rejected roofing permit, calling the system “Kafkaesque.”
Building Permits 10.6.21
A new hangar at Centennial Airport, a pool demolition at Valley Country Club and a lot more. Download our sortable Excel here.