One of Denver’s largest commercial real estate brokerages is moving up and embracing it’s inner co-worker.
Commercial Real Estate
Invent Development Partners plans 17 units at 34th/Walnut
Catalina Development Co. is digging up an eight-acre stretch of land at Colfax Avenue and Potomac Street in Aurora to make way for 397 new apartments. It’s a $104 million project that company President Randy Bryant hopes will draw from the many nearby medical facilities.
Once exclusively a suburban builder, a Boulder-based developer is pitching a second batch of downtown townhomes.
New apartments will replace a rundown retail strip a block from the Cap Hill King Soopers.
BuildMark Development will build about 110 new condos on four acres on either side of Lowry Boulevard.
A broker and Highlands resident just bought a building he wants to polish up on a rough corner.
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 »
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.