An apartment builder looking to keep rent low and utilities lower has eyes on another Denver corner.
A new Snarf’s sandwich shop downtown, another urgent care location and a grab box of apartment deals in this week’s CRE roundup.
The pending closure is one of more than 150 Kmart and Sears locations that parent company Sears Holdings announced it would shut down earlier this week.
Elevation Motors is turning a shuttered Bowlero bowling alley into a car dealership and service center, after running out of space on Eighth Avenue.
Apartment buyers squeezed in one last big-time deal before 2016 came to close.
Lost Highway Brewing Co. wants to boost production by 2,000 barrels this year, and plans to put six packs on store shelves.
FirstBank has staked out a prime Highlands corner for its next branch, in a former fast-food joint on Federal Boulevard.
Brokerages are busy adding to the payroll this week, and a few developers strike out on their own to launch new firms.
The sporting goods giant operated out of the warehouse on Kalamath Street until April last year, when it shut down its distribution center and cut 70 employees.
Drug store giant CVS is moving closer to opening its first Denver standalone retail store.