The owner of a Pearl Street sushi restaurant is tearing up two neighboring lots with plans to add a 150-spot parking structure with a pair of retail spaces.
Commercial Real Estate
A 100-year-old former mortuary building on an Alameda Avenue corner could be revived with development under new owners.
Building a halfway point between hospital care and home, a Denver developer is creating a 100-bed skilled nursing facility for short-term care on Lowry Boulevard.
A new buyer has stepped in to take over a 100-year-old Wash Park church property that fielded plenty of requests from developers.
A North City Park property that was formerly home to a YMCA was finally sold earlier this month, and the buyer is planning a residential redevelopment that could add up to 100 units to the neighborhood.
What began as a trade school’s search for more parking turned into a $14 million land deal and a plan for an expanded campus and apartment high-rise in partnership with a local developer.
A 700,000-square-foot, fully leased industrial facility changed hands this week, marking a Boulder real estate company’s first foray into the Denver market.
A $15 million apartment complex is rising at 35th and Larimer, and the developer is reserving some space for a handful of micro-apartments under 350 square feet.
A new arrival to the local real estate market is launching into construction on a low-income apartment project in Westwood, and a Baker nonprofit will be moving in, too.
In one fell swoop, a real estate firm has booked its first warehouse park tenant and lined up a redevelopment project on Platte Street.