Denver-based GrowCo Inc. said in the filing last week that it owes at least $8.55 million to fewer than 50 creditors, although it disputes several million dollars’ worth of those claims.
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Sports Authority vacated the three-story building with a faux Gothic facade in 2016.
Scottsdale, Arizona-based Solterra Senior Living hopes to break ground on a seven-story project near Alameda Avenue and Colorado Boulevard this year.
Vukota Capital Management originally was scheduled to develop the five-story, 171-unit complex.
A building along Broadway sells for $4.5 million and Legend Partners reports the week’s largest lease
Austin, Texas-based Endeavor Real Estate Group said Wednesday that it and Denver-based Legend Partners have purchased 7.5 acres of the 41-acre redevelopment site.
Edens purchased the building from developer Ken Wolf and associates last April for $11.5 million.
It’s the third Denver holding for Equity Residential, which re-entered the Denver market last year.
Mass Equities and AECOM Capital also have released a new rendering for their project in the 2900 and 3000 block of Brighton Boulevard.
Elevation Development Group purchased three parcels in two deals, paying a combined $193 a square foot.