A battery company has a plan in the works to convert its former headquarters near Mile High Stadium into 130 apartments, adding to a boost in residential development int he industrial area.
Commercial Real Estate
An unanticipated 50,000-square-foot land deal is leading to a new flurry of development in RiNo, where a developer is creating a marketplace of new retailers with plenty of open space.
A 125-acre mixed-use development is filling in some of its remaining space with $5 million plans for a new retail building and several tenants already lined up.
A pair of apartment buildings in Cheesman Park, both built in the late ’20s and early ’30s, recently sold for a combined $9.4 million – and one of the deals marks the return of a former owner after more than 25 years.
After selling its office to an apartment developer, another real estate firm is picking up its own projects on the same street in the Highlands.
A longtime breakfast spot in Cherry Creek will be relocating as its landlord works up plans for a 64,000-square-foot office and retail development on the site.
The $41 million project next to The Source market in RiNo officially kicked off Wednesday.
Leaving its leasing days behind, a rel estate firm is tackling the renovation of a South Broadway property to use as its new home base.
For nearly four decades a New York developer – with several Manhattan skyscrapers to his credit – has assembled land near DU. And he’s finally ready to start building a 250-unit apartment complex.
The owners of some hot Tennyson retail property have found a buyer, forcing the tenant to scour Denver for new digs.