Whole Foods is shown as the grocer in online marketing materials for Alberta Development Partners’ third attempt to redevelop 8081 E. Orchard Road.
No fines, no felonies: Denver reins in harshest penalties for Airbnb scofflaws as compliance soars
Fourteen months after authorizing fines of up to $1,000 per day for booking providers like Airbnb and Vrbo, the city has yet to do so. And it hasn’t filed a criminal complaint in over two years.
Attorney Steve Bachar granted public defender in felony fraud case
The state will provide his legal representation despite accusations that he spent millions of stolen dollars on a lavish lifestyle including jaunts to Aspen and rent on a Country Club mansion.
RiNo venue could lose license for live music after noise complaints continue
A nearby resident told a city mediator that performances at Number 38 made his house shake. But some expressed support for the business.
Judge rejects newspapers’ request for unredacted Tay Anderson report
Two Denver publications asked to see portions of a sexual harassment investigation into the Denver Public Schools board member.
If Denver approves housing mandate, June 30 will be key day for developers
That’s the final date to submit a concept plan by those who want to be grandfathered in under the city’s current rules and avoid restricted-income requirements.
Denver Tech Center office building sells at slight loss for $56M
The former owner paid $58 million in 2007 for the 15-story, 240,000-square-foot One DTC building.
ChoLon, Tocabe, Marczyk landing at DIA in latest concessionaire leases
Westminster-based Mission Yogurt, which already leases space for 12 eateries and markets at DIA, is poised to open 10 more throughout the airport’s concourses.
Denver’s largest hotels, retail centers dropped in valuation after COVID
The 1,100-room Hyatt Regency, valued before the pandemic at $296 million by the county, is now valued at $207 million — 30 percent less.
PERA sues 3 counties over dissolution of Tri-County Health Department
The Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association claims that the department and Arapahoe, Adams and Douglas counties need to pay $50 million to break away.