Owner Jerry Wrench said he’s keeping his options open in the wake of escalating property tax bills.
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Laid-off Twitter Inc. employees in Boulder will now be joined by an additional 38 workers — mostly engineers and designers — who have resigned.
“This is really being driven by the continued office demand we’re seeing in Cherry Creek,” BREG CEO Doug Wells said.
Michael Mueller sold the property where Cozy Cottage continues to operate for $1.8 million. He paid $850,000 for it in 2015.
RiNo pioneer Ken Wolf and his investors are singing a different tune than Voicebox CEO Scott Simon, who blamed the closure earlier this year on his landlord.
The project’s developer, Mainspring, is moving its offices to a former fire station the company bought over the summer.
A former Aaron’s furniture store building on the lot would remain standing but the dollar store would be demolished.
AEG buys Englewood’s Gothic Theatre for $2 million, apartments near DU fetch $25 million, and an architecture firm leases a South Broadway office.
The national chain says its newer location nearby on Lawrence Street is better because it has more advanced technology.
The projects will have 1,463 income-restricted units between them.