The real estate developer behind a planned 40-story condominium tower in the heart of Denver has dropped out of the project.
Commercial Real Estate
Infill developers have sold a retail strip fronting West 38th Avenue in the Highlands for $5 million.
The tower could rival the record-setting Triangle Building sale earlier this year, citing prices as high as $725 per square foot.
The deal positions P3 Advisors to break ground on a hotel, retail and office development called Miller’s Landing next year.
“There is a soulfulness down there,” jeweler Abby Sparks said about her new RiNo showroom. “It’s the heart of Denver.”
A national programming academy is pulling out of one coworking space in LoHi and booting up in RiNo.
Yev Muchnik is giving solo practitioners and small law firms another option on the menu of workspaces with ESQlegal.
Following a May hailstorm that damaged the roof and flooded stores, the Lakewood mall has been piecing itself back together, focusing first on tenants with external entrances.
Alchemy Creative Workspace welcomes its first tenants this week in a converted grocery store at 66 S. Logan St.
Hundreds more apartments are coming to Speer Boulevard, a thoroughfare that boasts a handful of new apartment towers with a half-dozen more under construction.