The $400 million, 1.1 million-square-foot facility on 150 acres would replace the company’s existing bottling plant in RiNo, which it put up for sale last year.
Coworking firm takes over spaces in Park Hill, Sunnyside from developer
HM Capital Group had been managing the 16,000 square feet itself before making the deal with Denver-based Creative Density.
Rezoning sought for five-story Sunnyside apartment building
The site is in a largely industrial area that has been trending residential in recent years, thanks to a nearby bridge leading to an RTD rail station.
Denver City Councilwoman Kendra Black will not run for reelection
“I just think eight years is a good long time to be in this kind of job,” she told BusinessDen of her decision to not seek a third term.
RiNo venue fights back to keep live music license despite complaints
An attorney for Number 38 argues that it was specifically designed and zoned for live music but some nearby residents said it hasn’t mitigated noise issues.
Denver school has waited a decade for stoplight to make crossing safer
“I was just there yesterday and watched a silver 4Runner fly through the school zone,” City Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer wrote to a parent.
Denver may use RiNo height incentive to sweeten new housing mandate
A city planner said the 38th and Blake zoning overlay has not been tremendously successful but he expects the outcomes to be significantly better this time.
Tiny home village for homeless would expand with move to Elyria-Swansea
The City Council will consider a new lease with Colorado Village Collaborative that would relocate the village in Globeville from one city property to another.
Lakewood resumes talks on legalizing and regulating short-term rentals
“It’s just a balance,” said Mayor Adam Paul of crafting rules that allow operators and protect their neighbors.
Attorney Steve Bachar sued over defaulted $100K loan
The plaintiff claims he was never repaid money he loaned to Bachar, who faces felony charges of theft and securities fraud.