A high-end movie theater brand paid $3 million for admission to a massive redevelopment project in Sloan’s Lake.
Commercial Real Estate
Another Walnut street industrial property sold last week for more than $5.5 million as its owner plans a move to North Broadway.
With a string of restaurants and a grocery store moving into the area, a developer is plotting a $23 million small apartment project on the growing Tennyson Street strip.
An international co-working brand with more than $300 million in venture capital is eyeing 170,000 square feet of Denver office space in three neighborhoods, including an outpost across the street from Denver’s darling of co-working.
The Lumina apartment project in the Highlands is quickly filling up with tenants. Take a peek inside the distinctive building.
The downtown hotel is shuffling things around in its Curtis Street building to make room for its own fitness center.
Quickly landing tenants for its brick-and-mortar spaces, the new owner of the Lakewood shopping center is now filling up the parking lot with a new farmers market.
Another large oil company is folding its Denver office, leaving its 40,000-square-foot downtown space up for grabs.
The 103,000-square-foot space, which has been empty for four years, could be up for redevelopment into multiple retail storefronts under a new owner.
Looking for a more visible spot since going public last year, a farm-focused real estate firm is hoping to grow its business with a move from the suburbs to the DTC.