Commercial Real Estate

Second developer takes over Cap Hill church

After a California firm backed away from a residential redevelopment project at a Cap Hill church property, another developer stepped in last month and bought the building with similar plans in the works.

DaVita to anchor $190M Union Station building

Just a few years after failing to land the kidney health giant’s massive HQ deal, a local developer is planning a 19-story building in Union Station to be anchored by DaVita, which will add 265,000 square feet and 1,200 employees to its Denver operations.

345 condos planned for Union Station

The fate of a 1-acre lot at Union Station that sold for $20 million in August was revealed last week, and its developers are planning a 21-story building of for-sale condos.

Cherry Creek office complex sold for $42M

When the property’s anchor tenant left a gaping vacancy this summer, a real estate firm on a buying streak jumped on the opportunity and is now looking to refill the four-floor hole.

New homes in the works for Curtis Park

Stepping away from tiny apartments and small townhomes, a developer is planning to add some five-bedroom houses in Curtis Park priced at $800,000.

Aurora apartment complex sold for $52M

A 350-unit apartment complex in Aurora changed hands last month after a major renovation that boosted the sale price by $19 million in less than three years.

Barnes and Noble ending its Pavilions chapter

The bookstore at the Pavilions shopping center will come to an end later this year to make way for a Japanese fashion brand’s 27,000-square-foot Colorado debut.

Golden Triangle apartment property sold for $85M

The nearly 300-unit apartment building on Ninth Avenue was sold last month to a local real estate firm that just debuted a new RiNo project and has a hand in another massive tower on Broadway.

Developer’s streak continues on Brighton

The firm behind two new Natural Grocers sites has inked another deal – this time a $3.75 million buy of a lot on Brighton Boulevard in RiNo.