Commercial Real Estate

Developer scoops up Cherry Creek strip

A year after cashing out on a major Cherry Creek office building, a West Coast developer is buying back into the neighborhood. Seattle-based Schnitzer West bought 0.3 acres near Fillmore Street and 2nd Avenue this month for $4.88 million. The deal closed on Jan. 1, city records show. The property includes a retail strip at… Read more »

Old hostel gets residential upgrade

After being operated at a cheap hostel where room rates could dip below $17 a night, a Five Point property is being renovated into apartment and commercial space.

New brokers fill firm’s investment void

One of Denver’s largest commercial brokerages has a new twosome in charge of investment sales after its previous team bolted to a competitor.

Edgewater awaits grocery spark to ignite development

An Atlanta developer is starting 2015 by tweaking its blueprint for a vacant grocery site in Edgewater. But before any land changes hands and construction crews arrive, the developer must first land a new grocery anchor.