The first chunk of a $35 million development is nearly finished, with more than 50 renovated apartments to open up by March 1 and more on the way later in the year.
A long-standing bowling alley property is being sold, and the businesses owner is relocating his brand to another set of lanes.
A growing Denver apartment firm grabbed up another downtown apartment complex for $3 million.
A year after cashing out on a major Cherry Creek office building, a West Coast developer is buying back into the neighborhood. Seattle-based Schnitzer West bought 0.3 acres near Fillmore Street and 2nd Avenue this month for $4.88 million. The deal closed on Jan. 1, city records show. The property includes a retail strip at… Read more »
The residential construction boom in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood has now hit Federal Boulevard.
A Denver mobile park home sells, along with a four-unit apartment building in Wheat Ridge.
A longtime auto repair shop is pulling out of Capitol Hill to make way for new condos.
With a general contractor lined up, a Denver art museum is months away from beginning work on its new eight-figure home base.
After a grisly murder and a devastating fire, a retail stretch along Colorado Boulevard is coming back to life with new tenants.
Another Boulder-based beer brand is close to launching, but its starting off without its own brewery space.