The latest round of CHFA tax credit awards is giving a boost to projects that would add more than 700 apartments to the Denver metro area.
Commercial Real Estate
A clothing company started by the wife and son of Lululemon’s founder said Wednesday it is closing all stores in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.
A three-story townhome project named for a North Denver crime boss is set to break ground in two weeks.
One found and leased the space, while the other made sure that each cardboard box ended up on the right desk, ready to unpack.
Hoping to double rents after a floor-to-ceiling renovation, local real estate investors have acquired a Lakewood shopping center for $5.5 million.
The brokerage is getting used to 28,000 square feet of office space across two floors of 1401 Lawrence St., where it moved in a month ago.
Developers plan to gut, reface and refurbish the 1965 building’s 6,900-square-foot frame into a humming coworking space.
A Southern California-based business park developer said it will start construction in June on a $30 million, 700,000-square-foot spec warehouse near I-70 and Tower Road.
With the acquisition, the school has more than 80 acres on the northwest corner of South Parker and East Arapahoe roads.
Four more Denver office brokers are trading in their business cards for a set that say Savills Studley.