A California apartment owner has gobbled up nearly 500 more Denver apartments. Fowler Property Acquisitions bought the Water’s Edge and Hunter’s Ridge apartments on West Hampden Avenue last week for a combined $64 million. They’re the second and third Denver complexes Fowler has purchased this year after buying the Station at Highline on Evans Avenue… Read more »
Commercial Real Estate
Volunteers of America will break ground on a new 86-unit senior’s apartment building in Montbello in May.
Centrepoint Properties bought the Wheeler Block office building at 2150 29th Ave. for $7.765 million last week, city records show.
The 85-year-old former home of the El Jebel Shriners is now the centerpiece for about 75 new condos, townhomes and stand-alone houses planned for the edge of Willis Case Golf Course.
Regus, the shared-office giant, has a new concept about to launch in Denver to compete with the proliferating supply of shared co-working spaces.
The founders of Ignitrr have pulled the plug on a planned 9,000-square-foot co-working space, putting a storefront at 445 Broadway back up for lease.
This pipeline has it all: new restaurant leases, industrial sales, apartment deals and office leases.
Assisted living facility planned for Stapleton
Unico Properties continued it’s buying spree: this time gobbling up Platte’ Street’s Monkey Barrel bar. Unico plans four-story development with office, restaurant and retail.
A Littleton shopping center and more than 50 acres of land are in the hands of a new owner with big improvement plans.