A three-story building planned for 4329 Tennyson St. is slated to include an automated system that will stack 17 vehicles while keeping them all accessible.
Centennial-based Balusa Holdings filed for bankruptcy on Monday, less than three years after its subsidiary, Cascade Integrated Services, did the same.
Antonoff’s civic contributions included supporting deals involving the Colorado Rockies and Denver International Airport, and he was part of a local group that owned the Denver Nuggets.
Denver-based Prime West proposed a 15-story office building at the site this year.
Bike lane takes away parking spaces and some walk-in traffic, so Le Grues Flower & Gifts – in business for about 50 years – is done.
The property was sold by the store owners, who plan to move the business to South Broadway.
A development team that includes a top Denver Housing Authority executive wants to build the project at the corner of Wynkoop and 36th streets.
The building at 3301 W. 38th Ave. most recently housed restaurant Thai Basil.
Westminster residential complex sells for $82M, Aurora hotel fetches $17M and Kentwood Commercial reports the week’s largest lease.
The affiliated restaurants will open at 2200 California St. in late 2018 or early 2019. A new hire has been made to oversee the brands, as well as Dead Battery Club.