A 58-unit senior housing complex for $8.3 million at 2121 Wadsworth Blvd. in Lakewood was the week’s top sale and 16,292 square feet at 10550 E. 54th Ave. in Denver was the top lease.
Five new commercial buildings each costing between $3.4 million and $3.6 million at 5500 N. Telluride in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
A law firm adds a shareholder, an economic group names a CEO, plus promotions and new faces in construction, public relations, architecture and more.
A 397-unit apartment complex in Aurora for $159 million and a 297,262-square-foot office building in Broomfield for $95 million were the week’s top sales.
BusinessDen readers headed to the high country earlier this week for a two-day women’s networking event featured yoga, hiking and a panel discussion.
John Elway’s insurer sues a subcontractor over a fire in his home, a firm seeks $3.7 million for unpaid work in Rio de Janeiro, and a pot grower sues his landlord for not fixing the roof.
Phased construction for $27 million at 3500 Chestnut and $8.3 million for electrical work and a new building at 3750 Blake St. in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
A law firm adds a partner, plus new faces and promotions in real estate, education, consulting and more.
Higher property evaluations can be appealed but the repeal of the Gallagher Amendment “almost guarantees residential owners will pay higher taxes.”
A 197-unit apartment complex at 1200 Grant St. in Denver for $84.25 million was the week’s top sale.