Plus, Denver Mattress Co. says its manufacturing facility has begun making face masks.
The lot is 20,703 square feet, or 0.48 acres, making the deal worth $323 a square foot.
“A lot of what landlords are doing is really dictated by their lender,” said John Livaditis, who owns shopping centers and regularly represents other retail landlords.
Blake Rubenstein of Guerilla Capturing captured images looking down on the core of Denver at midday Wednesday and Thursday.
The company has raised $70 million since it was launched in 2011, including $30 million in December, the most recent effort.
Hotel rooms are planned, although the coronavirus halted the signing of an agreement.
The facade is coming off a 12-story structure that dates to the 1960s.
And a coworking firm gives its tenants 50 percent off April rent.
We checked in on the 30-story tower going up along 15th Street.
But Historic Denver says the company planning to buy the structure has no plans to demolish it.