Development partners say they hope to increase density and keep the area “vibrant, relevant and activated,” while also attracting capital to renovate the street’s century-old buildings.
The Denver-based company that developed a four-story building on Platte Street filed plans with the city proposing a similar structure half a block away.
A subsidiary of the Denver-based dialysis center operator will shed employees from its facility on the St. Anthony Hospital campus.
The former dairy company’s office and warehouse property near the intersection of Interstate 25 and Sixth Avenue will be sold to a Denver real estate group.
The Clyfford Still Museum Foundation has dropped $3 million for two more lots across the street from the facility, including a restaurant property.
Newmark Knight Frank reports the following deals: Summit MultiCapital LLC purchased the 248-unit multifamily property at 4957 S. Prince Court in Littleton for $50 million from Green Leaf Partners. Terrance Hunt and Shane Ozment represented the seller. KYCO Real Estate Holdings LLC purchased 4475 E. 74th Ave. in Commerce City for $4.1 million from GEP… Read more »
The developer plans to have one parking spot for every three units on the Santa Fe Drive property.
A two-story property that housed the restaurant for a decade is now in the hands of the former head of a gas station operator.
Work is underway on a 21-story, 382-room structure on a half-acre lot on 15th Street.
A struggling publicly traded company will lay off 79 people as it shutters one of its three facilities in the city.