Denver Metro Village submitted a site-development plan to the city of Denver last month.
The Millennium Plaza was acquired by California-based Kennedy Wilson
Lakewood-based bank now wants for-profit businesses to discuss their positive impacts, not their plans for future growth.
An Aurora liquor store changes hands, an Englewood industrial property fetches $2M and NAI Shames Makovsky reports the week’s largest lease.
The 6.7-acre site has largely languished since King Soopers left in 2001, and previous redevelopment plans have fallen through. But Denver’s LCP Development is planning to revitalize the area with a well-stocked food hall.
Whiting Petroleum Corp. said its lease in the Wells Fargo Center is part of an effort to build a “more collaborative” company culture.
Cool Frootz LLC, which does business as Froozer, sells frozen products made from whole fruit in flavors like “mango tango” and “orange zinger.”
Utah-based Bridge Investment Group purchased Esprit Cherry Creek from Los Angeles-based TruAmerica.
A prominent Denver family that owns several Uptown parking lots it hopes to get rezoned has added another one.
Trong Lam, who owns three Pacific Ocean Marketplace stores, wants the new building to have retail and 13 residences.