The money transfer giant is close to a lease for a massive new office and quietly has put up its suburban campus for sale.
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Shareholders in an oil and gas exploration company whose stock once traded on the open market say it has stiffed them to the tune of $3 million.
Plans call for 250,000 square feet of office space and 25,000 square feet of retail to come online in the fourth quarter 2018.
An LLC has purchased 0.58 acres on the 3500 block of Blake Street for $2.8 million, with plans for a 40,000-square-foot mixed-use project.
The company’s Denver office has scooted across 17th Street to occupy 10,000 square feet at 1225 17th St., a stone’s throw from its previous office in the Tabor Center.
The space will cater to entrepreneurs that need amenities like a 3-D printer and soldering gear to test ideas for hardware devices connected to the internet.
Big institutional money has snagged an early addition to the LoHi apartment construction boom.
Developers are weighing possibilities – including hotel, office and residential space – for the long-vacant, three-story former jazz club and its surroundings.
The yoga apparel retailer is planning a late fall stretch into the Cherry Creek Shopping Center and soon will start construction on its 5,500-square-foot space.
Just over a year into its tenure at the mall, Lululemon’s little sister is rolling up the yoga mats.