A city block’s worth of new Sunnyside apartments are planned just in time for a westbound light rail line to start running through the north Denver neighborhood.
Commercial Real Estate
An international hotel giant is betting that not every traveler is looking to indulge while out of town.
More than $50 million of warehouse space changed hands last week in a prime Denver industrial neighborhood.
With a handful of new leases signed, Zeppelin Development is getting to work on another 100,000 square feet of RiNo development where it will move its own offices.
In just three years, the hotel’s value shot up more than 65 percent.
It plans to build a subsidized apartment building atop a 30,000-square-foot ground floor medical services center, which could include outlets for patient care.
New owners now hold the keys to a Highlands auto garage that had been tuning engines for more than half a century.
A handful of Denver affordable housing projects are one step closer to breaking ground after the latest round of CHFA tax credit awards.
Another patch of Tennyson Street is getting the rehab treatment.
Before its first leases are up, a Cap Hill apartment building has its second owner.