A St. Louis-based businesswoman hopes to bring Rise Collaborative Workspace to Colorado.
Commercial Real Estate
Two developments proposed for City Park West
In recent months, two developers have filed site-development plans with the city proposing to build at the intersection of 18th Avenue and Gaylord Street.
Shuttered Gander Mountain reborn as church
Colorado Community Church purchased the former Gander Mountain store at 14000 E. Jewell Ave. in Aurora in late June for $6.8 million, according to county records.
Highlands Ranch developer proposes 285-unit development near Mile High
UDR, which has apartment complexes nationwide, says development would have 285 apartments and 350 parking spaces.
East Colfax building, at center of legal battle, sells for less than in 2014
A century-old building on East Colfax Avenue in Denver at the center of a lawsuit has sold for less than it fetched 3.5 years ago.
Apartment developer pays $10.5 million for lot off Speer Boulevard
Holland Partner Group this week started moving dirt on a lot near 9News.
Task force proposes tweaks to green roof law
On Monday, city staffers said their analysis shows that the task force’s recommendations would reduce the cost to building owners of complying with the ordinance.
Highlands lot flipped for $5M; seller nets 43% return in 16 months
A Florida company bought a Highlands plot that comes scraped and with a plan of development for a five-story apartment complex.
Owner pulls plug to heighten Larimer Square structures
Developers end plan to add tall buildings on each side – to include residences, hotel rooms, retail, restaurants and condos — and instead will seek input from an advisory committee.
Block 162 construction predicted to take 2 ½ years
The developer of Block 162 expects the new 30-story office tower in downtown Denver to come together over the course of the next two-and-a-half years. Houston-based Patrinely Group said Monday that it is beginning construction on the tower, and completion is expected in December 2020. BusinessDen reported last week that the first construction permit had… Read more »