Schnitzer West also recently purchased a site in the Denver Tech Center.
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The buildings were sold by Illinois-based Inland Private Capital, which paid $18.8 million for them in 2015.
The five-story residence hall, expected to house 500 freshmen, is one of three new buildings expected to open in fall 2020.
Cornerstar Wine & Liquor LLC, managed by Shelly Dragul, said in a filing last week it owes at least $1 million to creditors.
A big Herd this week with moves in commercial real estate, architecture, nonprofits and more.
The two tenants join WeWork and the building’s developers in the office space above Amazon Books.
Nonprofit Urban Land Conservancy and Medici Consulting Group are partnering on the 66-unit project.
A small retail building in RiNo sells, Dunton Commercial makes its first acquisition and a restaurant building in the Highlands gets a new owner. NKF reports the week’s largest lease.
The buyer is currently building a condo project in LoHi, and plans to construct an office building in the Golden Triangle.
The deal for the lot at the corner of 18th and Champa streets works out to $638 a square foot.