An Austin-based developer is constructing a 14-story residential and retail structure on property it purchased last year at the corner of 13th Avenue and Delaware Street.
The New Jersey-based home goods retailer is closing for good in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center and reopening 2 miles away.
Developer Michael Mathieson will demolish an aging house on Zuni Street this week, the first step toward a three-story structure with 20 small apartments.
Dublin Development has submitted preliminary plans to the city for a five-story, 57-unit condo building on West 28th Avenue.
Court documents in the wake of Colorado National Bancorp’s bankruptcy filing last week show that a Latvian payment processing firm is seeking to acquire the company.
President John Sprengle said the filing “was done to facilitate the sale.”
CBRE facilitates the $60 million sale of an Englewood apartment building, while JLL reports the largest lease in this week’s roundup.
It’s one of a dozen transactions the state agency has made in the area recently as it prepares to reconstruct a portion of I-70.
A New York City-based developer purchased a vacant property between Park Avenue and 20th Street with plans to build a 12-story residential tower.
An architecture company with 25 local staff specializing in education and healthcare facilities has found its suitor in New York.