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A four-story building near Cheesman Park was bought by the owner of a company based out of and office there.
The coworking colossus now controls 150,000 square feet in the Mile High City.
The new Englewood-based owner of a corner lot wants to add another hotel to the booming neighborhood.
It converted the El Jebel Shrine, located along the Willis Case Golf Course, into 24 luxury condominiums.
Red Robin extends its lease at its Denver headquarters, and Newmark Knight Frank reports the biggest sale in this week’s roundup.
The purchase gives the firm an additional $575 million under management, bringing it to approximately $1.1 billion.
A shuttered Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Denver’s Overland neighborhood is set to be repurposed.
The owners of a clothing retailer have sold their property for a 250 percent return on the price they paid in 2010.
Plans for the tower, which has yet to receive final approval from the city, call for 238 units on the current site of a parking lot.