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Marco’s Coal Fired founder said there’ll be no settlement after all with Dayton-based Marco’s Pizza, which has more than 900 franchised restaurants nationwide.
Block 162 will be 30 stories and has city permits to start work on the foundation.
A California-based self-storage developer has taken a liking to a shuttered Kmart in Englewood.
Lennar, Holland Partner Group both plan 17-story apartment projects
BOK Financial Corp. expands its state presence by buying parent of Colorado Business Bank.
The company did not reveal the hotel’s brand.
Eight-story ‘Cherokee Flats’ will offer 139 apartments.
Jay Feder Jewelers is suing three former employees – including a worker the owner claims he treated like a son — for allegedly stealing its trade secrets as they prepared to launch a competing jewelry shop in the same downtown building.
A San Francisco-based real estate investment firm has purchased another large Denver apartment complex.