A company that typically renovates and sells office buildings within four years has purchased a property in Denver’s Central Business District.
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The Catalyst Health Tech Innovation office building on Brighton Boulevard is loosening what counts as “health tech” as it tries to fill its seven-story space.
Midland States Bank has been operating a branch on the building’s first floor, and also using the fourth floor for office space.
A Denver developer who attempted the biggest project of his career as the recession struck has taken his own life.
A Denver real estate firm has purchased 825 Logan St., built in 1895 for $15,000, with plans to use it for office space.
Anyone staying overnight in the neighborhood now has a 75 percent chance of staying under a Matt Joblon-run roof.
A company that has built several Colorado university and hospital buildings now has a permanent presence in Fort Collins with its fourth office.
A Centennial office tower lands a swath of new leases, developers partner up for a 65-acre mixed-use venture, and an $11 million multifamily building in Arvada trades hands.
A 54-unit complex has changed hands for more than quadruple its 2007 purchase price.
Despite the Denver area’s building boom, one industry is less and less likely to move into the new structure down the street: Your neighborhood bank.