After nibbling at potential office sites all over downtown Denver, the burrito behemoth has settled on a location for its new home base.
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The 230,000-square-foot building looms over Infinity Park, two blocks east of Colorado Boulevard.
Out with the battered Toyotas, in with taco shop that sells more than 100 kinds of tequila.
The landowner plans to cash in on his 1996 purchase of the site, submitting plans for a three-story office building.
“I like to say it’s a praise-the-lord deal,” the seller said. “These deals don’t come along every day.”
A Denver-based developer is slated to purchase two transportation department complexes, including its HQ, if city leaders sign off on acting as the proposed deal’s middleman.
A Denver-based organization spent $12 million to own a building and move its headquarters into the top floor.
The MLB organization is moving ahead with plans to transform a full city block parking lot adjacent to Coors Field.
The recently opened complex’s purchase marks a Minneapolis-based company’s first foray into the Denver market.
The foundation paid a pretty penny for 30 parking spaces across the street from the facility, with no immediate plans for development.