The club could lose its liquor and cabaret licenses after being accused by the city of allowing patrons to sell cocaine.
The City Council was supposed to vote on an ordinance Aug. 23, but members said they needed more time to discuss taxes and zoning.
The 182,000-square-foot building cost $78.5 million and also includes a dining hall, a math lab, a writing center and other facilities.
The allegations include letting armed, undercover cops into the club, who were then offered cocaine by a patron, as well as inadequate security.
The lawsuit claims the Colorado River Water Conservation District deferred repairs until Denver Water would be contractually obligated to pay for nearly half the cost.
Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods is investing in its future by placing proceeds from the partial sale of a Cheesman Park property with The Denver Foundation.
The private school paid $5 million for the three-story structure at 333 S. Allison Parkway, which it plans to use for its headquarters and nursing school.
Globeville and Elyria-Swansea residents said they are concerned that the projects will cause nearby property taxes and rents to skyrocket.
“We don’t want to make this a regulatory burden, but we need to make these places a harder target,” said a Denver spokesman.
A lawsuit claims that a dispute over the Save A Lot’s loading ramp is really about its landlord’s desire to redevelop the site into apartments.