An addition for $20 million at 8400 Pena Blvd. and an alteration for $19.7 million at 1719 E. 19th Ave. in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
A software company hires a CEO, two law firms add partners, plus new faces in real estate and finance.
A 54,065-square-foot retail center in Centennial for $16.7 million was the week’s top sale and 167,995 industrial square feet in Denver was the top lease.
A subcontractor sues a landlord for unpaid construction at a Pearl Street tavern, plus claims that businesses owed rent and failed to pay for equipment.
New buildings for $59.8 million at 2600 Wewatta Way and $13.7 million at 1275 N. Sante Fe Drive in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
Promotions at a real estate firm and a construction company, plus new faces in architecture, nonprofits and foundations.
The purchase of 89,069 office square feet and 30,782 retail square feet in Denver for $82.75 million was the week’s top sale and 17,117 square feet in Centennial was the top lease.
Phased construction for $53.6 million and electrical work for $5.7 million, both at 4882 S. Newport St. in Denver, were the week’s top building permits.
An attorney joins a law firm, a cultural center names a general manager, fresh faces in construction and hospitality, plus new housing board members.
A 34-acre industrial park in Adams County for $21 million was the week’s top sale and 25,480 industrial square feet in Aurora was the top lease.