The developer of Ballpark’s Canvas on Blake apartment complex has sold it. Lennar Multifamily Communities sold the complex at 2401 Blake St. last week for $103.3 million, according to public records. The buyer was LW Canvas LLC, which lists an office address that corresponds to that of San Francisco-based real estate investment firm Cahill Equities…. Read more »
The buyer, Global Pacific Properties, already owns other buildings downtown and recently made a purchase in RiNo.
Denver-based Red Canary is taking two floors with about 43,000 square feet in an 11-story mixed-use building next to Coors Field.
The Glendale strip club submitted an income statement for last year in connection with its recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Opus Development is planning a 12-story building with 250 units, the same as Nava Real Estate Development did in 2017 but never broke ground.
Public agencies have been leading redevelopment of the area. But a pair of Denver real estate firms have found their way in.
Denver-based City Street Investors purchased the site in the small municipality west of Sloan’s Lake last year.
The city began regulating short-term rentals in 2017, requiring hosts to obtain a short-term rental license.
No party involved is particularly happy, but the law firm said settling would be cheaper than legal fees.
Two complaints have been filed under the city’s ordinance, both for platforms listing restaurants without their consent.