The landowner plans to cash in on his 1996 purchase of the site, submitting plans for a three-story office building.
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CBRE and NKF both report two large apartment complex sales, while JLL reports the largest lease in this week’s roundup.
“I like to say it’s a praise-the-lord deal,” the seller said. “These deals don’t come along every day.”
A local resident filed suit against the Louisiana-based firm over what she says is “a serious design flaw” in a 401(k) plan managed by six investment companies.
A Denver-based developer is slated to purchase two transportation department complexes, including its HQ, if city leaders sign off on acting as the proposed deal’s middleman.
A Denver-based organization spent $12 million to own a building and move its headquarters into the top floor.
The MLB organization is moving ahead with plans to transform a full city block parking lot adjacent to Coors Field.
The recently opened complex’s purchase marks a Minneapolis-based company’s first foray into the Denver market.
The foundation paid a pretty penny for 30 parking spaces across the street from the facility, with no immediate plans for development.
National CineMedia signs a lease for its headquarters move, and a 48th Avenue industrial building sells for $4.85 million in this week’s roundup.