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.
Commercial Real Estate
In a $6.1 million deal, the Denver real estate firm let go of a parcel on the southwest corner of East Union Avenue and South Niagara Street.
The buildings, built between 1892 and 1929, include the longtime headquarters of Buerger Brothers, a barber and beauty shop supplier that was based in the neighborhood for 40 years.
A local excavation company claims it wasn’t warned about site problems before signing with a general contractor led by Rockies co-owner Linda Alvarado.
The 330,000-square-foot mall, which is anchored by The Home Depot and King Soopers, marks the company’s second mall investment in the Denver area.
The money transfer giant is close to a lease for a massive new office and quietly has put up its suburban campus for sale.
Arabella Apartments, a 160-unit complex in the Denver Tech Center, traded last week from one Golden State firm to another in a $30 million deal.
Plans call for 250,000 square feet of office space and 25,000 square feet of retail to come online in the fourth quarter 2018.
An LLC has purchased 0.58 acres on the 3500 block of Blake Street for $2.8 million, with plans for a 40,000-square-foot mixed-use project.
The space will cater to entrepreneurs that need amenities like a 3-D printer and soldering gear to test ideas for hardware devices connected to the internet.