The team has had its headquarters and practice facilities at the unincorporated Arapahoe County site since 1990.
Commercial Real Estate
The Museum of Illusions will take over the retail space where an Ann Taylor Loft store previously operated.
Vail Resorts claims it is being treated worse than other developers. Its lawsuit contains satellite images that purport to show Vail has allowed “significant construction to occur squarely in the middle of the bighorn sheep’s range” while blocking Vail Resorts from building.
Denver spent 14 months deciding the fate of Avondale Liquors. The store is now required to have security guards on weekend nights.
The nonprofit paid $4.9 million for the six-bedroom, six-bathroom property, which was featured on BusinessDen’s July top home sales list.
The Fillmore @ Third building at 320 Fillmore St. is the fourth office building currently under construction in Cherry Creek.
Byron Weiss, an 82-year-old who has owned the property for three decades and seen five previous deals fall through, hopes the sixth time’s the charm.
Hwaro Korean BBQ’s owners say a minor clerical error is being used to kick them out before the restaurant can open.
The four-story, 18-room hotel and nightclub has been closed since the pandemic began but two people were shot inside in May.
Jackson Hole-based New West Knifeworks, which makes high-end chef knives, chose Denver to get its first cut of a big city market.