Two Denver apartment brokers are adjusting to life as their own bosses.
Commercial Real Estate
The world’s highest-grossing Internet company is looking at adding an office in downtown Denver.
Tenants of the 34-year-old pair of connected towers that recently sold for $154 million will still be mailing the rent checks to Boston.
Not two months after closing music venue Quixote’s True Blue, Denver’s preeminent Deadhead is back on the horse with a new stage in Uptown.
With 134 rooms, the hotel sold for $903,000 per key – a record hotel sales price for Colorado.
Before Monarch can build its 500-room hotel, its old parking lot needed to be demolished and a new one constructed.
All the residents moving into RiNo have to store their extra stuff somewhere.
Larimer Square’s landlord wants to bring the whole party to the square, opening a new event space just in time for the holiday party rush.
The firm said the Coloradan will cost about $200 million to build, with penthouse prices starting at $1.6 million.
Half a year after its first push into the Denver real estate market, a California firm has added a second local office building.