California-based Cooley is taking the 23rd floor of 1144 Fifteenth. The space was originally leased to Chipotle, which never moved in.
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The documents indicate Amazon believes the Denver-based firm wasn’t the only one paying kickbacks to former Amazon employees.
The building housed a Whole Foods store until it closed in 2017, and Whole Foods will operate the new store under another brand it owns.
“The lease has what we call a force majeure clause in it, so we’re arguing that COVID-19 would relieve my clients of that obligation to pay the rent under the terms of the lease, and the landlord has a different interpretation of that,” said the gallery’s lawyer.
“We’re waiting for the landlord’s contractors to finalize the construction, but we’re ready to move ahead,” founder Mario Zelaya said.
The building has about half the brokerage firm’s current space, and will function as “more of a collaboration spot.”
“It helps spread (impacts) across the city, and we think that’s important,” said Colorado Village Collaborative Executive Director Cole Chandler.
Dirt for the Vib (pronounced “vibe”) hotel is finally being moved a year after a formal groundbreaking ceremony was held.
Farmer’s Market will replace The Market, which closed in March after 42 years; Mammut has filled the space of Cry Baby Ranch.
GFI Development Co., which purchased the site in 2016, has proposed renovating three nearly century-old structures and building an 11-story building on an existing parking lot.