Arabella Apartments, a 160-unit complex in the Denver Tech Center, traded last week from one Golden State firm to another in a $30 million deal.
The RiNo-based coffee chain will set up a 750-square-foot café at the university’s Auraria campus, which is set to open the wellness facility next spring.
A new real estate firm joins the market, the Denver Zoo makes a hire and several banking moves in this week’s roundup.
The conveyor-belt sushi concept needs the commercial space to supply three more restaurants it plans to open this year and next.
The seller’s real estate agent said the goal is to “find a developer that would be interested in tearing down the building.”
Cherry Creek School District spends $6 million on 42 acres in Englewood, and a massive office building in Adams County fetches $7 million in this week’s roundup.
An Italian chain that has opened four stores since its founding 13 years ago is preparing to go national through franchising.
Another pizza chain is entering the market as California-based Pieology makes plans to open near West 12th Avenue and Broadway in September.
Yellowbelly Chicken last week signed a lease on its fourth location, at the corner of Wadsworth and I-70.
The district bought 42 acres near the Bronco’s practice facility owned by Dove Valley Business Park Associates for $5.8 million.