As the area around Welton Street booms with new construction, a 120-year old property will add to the area’s rehab projects with plans for new office and retail space.
Commercial Real Estate
EVIVA Cherokee, a 274-unit apartment tower at 1250 Cherokee St., broke ground two weeks ago. It’s a joint venture between Denver’s Charter Realty Group and Atlanta-based Integral Group.
A year after its first venture into Stapleton, an out-of-town hotel developer is closing a reservation for 112 more rooms.
Northwestern Mutual has a little extra room to work in at a Colorado Boulevard building that already bears its name.
Lincoln Property Co. is beginning site work on a new 200,000-square-foot office tower, kicking off a new phase of development at Colorado Center that will include 250 new apartments, retail space and expanded parking.
A contested five-story apartment and mixed-use development in Lowry has been cleared for takeoff.
Unico Properties this month bought the Denver Club building at 518 17th St. for $30 million. The firm plans several million dollars of upgrades for both common areas and tenant spaces.
After 13 years on Broadway, a marketing agency is relocating to a Golden Triangle office it recently bought for $1.3 million, along with its sister printing company.
A developer’s high expectations for the Welton Street area are getting support from homebuyers who are quickly grabbing the project’s town houses, which aren’t set to be finished until next spring.
Wholesale club Costco is adding its first Colorado store concept that takes buying in bulk to the extreme. And it’s going in just west of Wash Park.