A half-acre lot along East Colfax Avenue near Colorado Boulevard is getting a new look.
A warehouse in Northeast Park Hill sells for $9 million, and Unicom Capital leases the top floor of 1144 Fifteenth in this week’s roundup.
Santa Monica-based Mass Equities is planning office, apartment and retail space for its first phase of development across Brighton Boulevard from Industry.
An investment management firm has leased the top floor of 1144 15th St., the tallest office building constructed in Denver in more than 30 years.
An Austin-based developer is constructing a 14-story residential and retail structure on property it purchased last year at the corner of 13th Avenue and Delaware Street.
The New Jersey-based home goods retailer is closing for good in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center and reopening 2 miles away.
Developer Michael Mathieson will demolish an aging house on Zuni Street this week, the first step toward a three-story structure with 20 small apartments.
Dublin Development has submitted preliminary plans to the city for a five-story, 57-unit condo building on West 28th Avenue.
Court documents in the wake of Colorado National Bancorp’s bankruptcy filing last week show that a Latvian payment processing firm is seeking to acquire the company.
President John Sprengle said the filing “was done to facilitate the sale.”