A development firm with projects in Five Points and RiNo is gearing up to break ground on its first condo project in Cherry Creek next month.
Commercial Real Estate
A 29-unit project with ground-floor retail on the northwest corner of Pennsylvania Street and Bayaud Avenue is set to break ground this month.
For the bankrupt sportswear retailer, the going-out-of-business sale has been kinder to its former landlord.
Denver-based ANB Bank is set to start the second phase of a $25 million effort to renovate the 1982 office tower and retail space that houses its headquarters.
A pair of developers plan to convert the site’s former nurses’ dormitory into subsidized housing units, and to add townhomes and retail space.
The Golden Triangle building, home to the original Galvanize coworking space since 2012, traded for $10.5 million on Thursday.
Three months into the year, half of Denver’s short-term rental properties have snagged a mandatory business license, and the city has netted $60,000 in taxes and fees.
A trio of investors with eyes on eastern Cherry Creek have snapped up a second property in the neighborhood.
The owner of two downtown office towers — including the Wells Fargo Center — is placing a multimillion-dollar bet on the red-hot RiNo neighborhood.
Developers say they’re holding off on renovations to the 4-acre site on York Street, which includes a 21,600-square-foot warehouse.