The neighborhood’s community of small houses is starting 2018 on the move – but not going far.
Trustee: Flip-flops, app failed to keep accountant’s fraud under wraps
The trustee overseeing his firm’s bankruptcy says Don Iley needed money to repay clients, but his investments didn’t pan out.
Annual BizDen apartment survey: Building boom doesn’t dent rising apartment rents
Tenants moving into luxury apartment buildings are paying more than they did a year ago, as move-in specials fade and more renters relocate to Denver.
Condemned Uptown hostel fetches seven figures
No more bunk beds and dormitories at a century-old Uptown building, which now is slated for a restoration project.
City launches effort to track buildings’ energy efficiency
The online map draws from data collected following Denver’s ordinance requiring large commercial and multifamily buildings to report annual energy performance.
50 townhomes planned for former school site in north Denver
A Denver firm is the latest developer to get in on the action at the former Catholic high school campus near Regis University.
The Pipeline: Commercial real estate deals for 12.22.17
Two apartment complexes near the Denver Tech Center sell for nine figures each, and Colliers reports the biggest lease in this week’s roundup.
Contentious West Highland apartments sell for $59M
The converted Beth Eden Baptist Church and an adjacent building in West Highland – the site of a multi-year zoning battle – just found a buyer.
Hot Denver apartment market lands another nine-figure deal
A Greenwood Village-based real estate investment firm has made its second $100+ million buy of 2017 in the Ballpark neighborhood.
Victim of accounting fraud files bankruptcy
A Denver company that caught on to a crooked accountant in 2015 and recouped stolen payroll taxes is now being asked by the lawyers unwinding the fraud to hand over that money.