A new Crossfit venue pops up in Aurora, another warehouse sale at Crossroads Commerce Park and more in this week’s CRE roundup.
The natural grocer is shutting down nine stores nationwide, including two in Colorado, as it struggles with lower sales.
Their new bank branch will sit next to the Natural Grocers under construction at the corner of 38th Street and Brighton.
BMC Investments bought another piece of real estate last month, paying $10.9 million for an office building at a half-acre Cherry Creek site.
The townhomes will be part of a 17-acre complex called Aria, which also includes retail space, apartments and a community garden, in addition to a co-housing project.
A lawyer moves in from Boston, an energy company has a new CEO, and several moves and promotions in commercial real estate this week.
A vacant Denver Public Schools building could soon fill back up with skis, bikes, furniture and whatever else nearby Cap Hill renters can’t fit in their studio apartments.
A New York City condo developer is working on 60 townhomes between three sites in western Denver — each named for an endangered animal.
Mongolian fare with a modern twist: A refrigerated conveyor belt system that transports food to customers at their seats.
Several million-dollar apartment sales, a new coffee shop off Santa Fe, and a Mongolian restaurant chain’s first Denver location on Broadway lead this week’s CRE roundup.