The paper’s newsroom left for unincorporated Adams County in 2018, but parent company MediaNews Group is now set to depart the top floor.
Floors in the building have between 21,200 and 23,200 rentable square feet, according to marketing materials.
“I believe that Aaron was a convenient scapegoat and high-enough profile to accomplish what the city wanted to accomplish,” an attorney for Aaron Elinoff said.
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ULX Commercial reports the following deal: Generation Development purchased a 4,250-square-foot building on 0.45 acres at 1614-1618 N. Lafayette St. in Denver for $3.095 million from 1618 Lafayette LLC and Kira Golden. Condominiums are planned for the site. Diona Gouker and Heidi Finn represented the buyer. NAI Shames Makovsky reports the following deals: Lennar Multifamily… Read more »
Where Rebel Restaurant once operated, a 15-story apartment tower is proposed.
The deal didn’t include the project’s retail space. The Dallas-based company is currently building another complex next to it.
The Golden Triangle “lacks a center of gravity,” according to Joe Vostrejs. “The school is just such a perfect opportunity to make that happen.”
All the units are studios, ranging from 369 to 849 square feet, according to the complex’s website.
The new ownership group involves Jon Ratner, a former executive with Forest City Realty Trust.