With a $30 million land deal finally closed, one of Denver’s biggest redevelopment projects will be underway in a matter of months.
Commercial Real Estate
The so-called “micro apartments” have come to Denver’s Highlands neighborhood a year after a developer placed a big bet on the diminutive dwelling units.
After a two-year battle, a handful of landlords in Cap Hill have sold their properties to make way for an eight-story apartment project abutting Trader Joe’s.
A developer is tearing down a vacant office building in City Park as he weighs redevelopment options for the site.
A San Diego firm has purchased an Uptown parking lot zoned for a 16-story building, but the REIT has no development plans for the site.
A Denver development firm will soon break ground on 75 new apartments on Colfax Avenue – but it’s hoping to sell the land and the plans instead.
A pair of new-to-Denver restaurants are setting up shop in a massive Cherry Creek development next to high-end outdoor apparel company Arc’teryx.
The first chunk of a $35 million development is nearly finished, with more than 50 renovated apartments to open up by March 1 and more on the way later in the year.
A growing Denver apartment firm grabbed up another downtown apartment complex for $3 million.
A year after cashing out on a major Cherry Creek office building, a West Coast developer is buying back into the neighborhood. Seattle-based Schnitzer West bought 0.3 acres near Fillmore Street and 2nd Avenue this month for $4.88 million. The deal closed on Jan. 1, city records show. The property includes a retail strip at… Read more »