The buyer, Global Pacific Properties, already owns other buildings downtown and recently made a purchase in RiNo.
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Denver-based Red Canary is taking two floors with about 43,000 square feet in an 11-story mixed-use building next to Coors Field.
Public agencies have been leading redevelopment of the area. But a pair of Denver real estate firms have found their way in.
Rock Fitness powered by Inward Fitness will join Tattered Cover, Starbucks and Bank of Colorado in the mixed-use project going up next to Coors Field.
Denver-based City Street Investors purchased the site in the small municipality west of Sloan’s Lake last year.
Restaurateur Alex Gurevich, who is opening his fourth high-end Japanese concept, is also preparing to expand his brand into Lowry.
No party involved is particularly happy, but the law firm said settling would be cheaper than legal fees.
“I was running a yoga retreat company, and we were selling out retreats. And there wasn’t a place submersed in nature where we could gather all together,” said one of the co-founders.
The bar and restaurant and its assets, which include a long-term under-market lease, fixtures and a liquor license, went up for sale this month.
Social network Twitter Inc. is growing its Boulder footprint, signing a lease for 65,000 square feet in the under-construction S’Park neighborhood in central Boulder.