Hundreds more apartments are coming to Speer Boulevard, a thoroughfare that boasts a handful of new apartment towers with a half-dozen more under construction.
The company that owns Lawson Adventure Park’s attractions and real estate has swung into Chapter 11, after infrastructure construction took 18 months instead of a planned six.
Justin Borus’ Ibex Driverless fund launched this month with plans to raise $100 million for investing in driverless-car technology companies.
In a $6.1 million deal, the Denver real estate firm let go of a parcel on the southwest corner of East Union Avenue and South Niagara Street.
Nine Dot Arts paid $1.75 million for a warehouse in the Highlands that will be renovated into an office three times the size of the firm’s current digs.
Lucky Fins Grill is moving into the restaurant space left vacant by Silvi’s Kitchen on Grandview Avenue.
Under the ownership of a Boulder private equity firm, a cloud computing startup has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is attempting to sell all of its assets.
A local excavation company claims it wasn’t warned about site problems before signing with a general contractor led by Rockies co-owner Linda Alvarado.
Owner Scott Wedor said he’d like Pride and Swagger to fill the void left by older Denver bars like Wrangler and JR’s Bar and Grill, which left the neighborhood in recent years.
The 330,000-square-foot mall, which is anchored by The Home Depot and King Soopers, marks the company’s second mall investment in the Denver area.