Two local attorneys who left large firms to work on their own have joined forces, and Denver traffic played matchmaker.
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The deal, which included an adjacent parking lot, kicks off a city effort to define a vision for the site and ultimately find a developer to make it happen.
The tenant rep firm has done its own bidding to move down 17th Street, adding mountain views to its office vista.
Three existing buildings – a former school, convent and standalone gymnasium – would become part of the hotel.
A payment processing company has told the state it could lay off hundreds of employees from the site of its former headquarters.
When it comes to local mortgages, a handful of prominent banks lead the pack, but the market is far from dominated.
The Denver real estate firm has acquired its second property in less than two weeks.
Denver Public Schools dropped $11 million on a 13-acre campus that houses the district’s High Tech Early College.
The natural grocer’s neighborhood outpost has a closing date, but the long-term future of the property is still unclear.
The Colorado Trade Center signs a massive lease, a construction company spends $13 million on an Englewood property, and a $10 million apartment building trades hands in Arvada.