Denver Financial Center’s two towers front Lincoln and Sherman streets. The complex last sold in 2008. The two buildings combined are about 435,000 square feet, according to property records. That makes the deal worth about $219 a square foot.
Crock Spot’s space was previously leased to 14er Brewing. That business never opened because a nearby halfway house didn’t approve of a beer business so close.
Northglenn apartments sell for $39.5M, Cap Hill office building fetches $4.7M and Savills Studley reports the week’s largest lease. Plus a law firm adds more space.
The FDIC conducts an annual survey of branch-office deposits for all institutions it insures.
A federal judge ruled that plaintiff Mark Wilson failed to show a pseudonymous review on RipOffReport.com constituted false advertising; Wilson alleges his former boss, Dochtor Kennedy, authored the review.
An LLC affiliated with Denver-based The Flyfisher Group purchased 2624 and 2630 Welton St. last week.
The entities associated with Cardel Homes were hit with construction defect lawsuits in 2017.
No redevelopment plans for the site have been submitted to the city.
The Denver convenience store brand has released a rendering of a planned third location, at the site of a former Chinese restaurant along East Colfax Avenue in Denver.
Denver purchased the two sites, one of which is a closed strip club, in 2017. It wants developers to incorporate affordable housing into their proposals.