A year-old Union Station office building designed with sharp angles and a shiny glass exterior – and home to several high-profile tenants – quietly hit the market last year.
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With RiNo lease rates at an all-time high, there’s no site too small to take vertical.
A Broomfield beer maker will build a new brewery into a 70-year-old building that opened as a Buddhist temple in 1940.
The big box building went dark two years ago when the grocery store cut several Denver locations.
A Highlands discount supermarket has sold its last bag of groceries. The Save-A-Lot at 2630 W. 38th Ave. closed its doors on Friday. The store is leaving an 18,000-square-foot retail building at the southwest corner of 38th Avenue and Bryant Street. New York-based Kimco Realty owns the Save-A-Lot property. That firm bought the property in 1998… Read more »
A block of developable land in Jefferson Park has been flipped by one of the neighborhood’s most active players.
A Texas-based bank unloads a pair of branch buildings, a printing company leases a big new office in South Denver, and more in this week’s CRE roundup.
The upscale market is cutting a location in the heart of Denver, following a string of planned in-state closures.
Three years after a major renovation, an East Colfax apartment building will meet the wrecking ball.
The last residents have checked out of an old Broadway motel, as homebuyers start inking deals for a permanent stay in Platt Park.