The $123 million development by Golden-based Confluence Cos. includes some income-restricted units, and a mix of apartments and condos.
Englewood-based Stonebridge Cos. also wants to convert existing structures on the other side of the block, facing Glenarm Place, into a parking garage, and a mix of retail and office space.
An industrial property in RiNo that was slated to be part of a mixed-use development called Giambrocco is now being incorporated into another project called Revolution 360.
A developer wants to replace two duplexes near the Colfax Avenue-Federal Boulevard interchange with a five-story apartment building.
A California-based hotelier purchased the 0.22-acre parcel along Blake Street.
The owner of the 900 E. 11th Ave. property, where Whole Foods operated for years up until last November, plans to discuss possible redevelopment of the site with community members next month.
A one-story warehouse and a single-family home in RiNo have sold, and the new owner hopes to incorporate them into a three-story project that would bring 28 condominiums to the site.
San Francisco-based FPA Multifamily sells two Denver-area apartment complexes, and Sheldon-Gold Realty reports the week’s largest lease.
A 1970s-era office building is on the way out in LoHi.
Chicago-based Equity Residential purchased the 354-unit SkyHouse Denver at 1776 N. Broadway on Tuesday.