One of Denver’s largest residential brokerages wants a piece of the commercial pie.
Before filing bankruptcy this month, the Denver-based holding company’s financial performance in 2017 was getting better – but still losing money every year.
One of the few apartment complexes in Highlands that accepts Section 8 vouchers sold last week.
The transaction brings Cortland Partners to three properties in the metro area, all acquired in the last two years.
The city paid $3.8 million for a building on Seventh Avenue, ending a dispute between two parties that couldn’t agree on a deadline.
The development firm plans to repurpose a former manufacturing facility on Blake Street into 45,000 square feet of restaurant, retail and event space.
A townhome complex in Westminster sells for $65 million, and Master’s Craft Corp. lease more than 30,000 square feet.
New owners have acquired the three-story office and retail property on California Street as a long-term investment.
An entity partially controlled by Boulder-based Namaste Solar spent $2.5 million on what Namaste’s owner calls a “fixer-upper.”
An ownership group with an existing footprint in the area has scooped up the 3-acre property.