Some 500 new affordable housing units are in limbo this week as Jefferson County votes to approve a typically routine application for federal housing assistance.
Commercial Real Estate
Once home to Fire Station No. 7 in North Denver, the three-story building on the corner of Tejon Street and West 36th Avenue has since been converted into apartments and ground-floor retail.
With a new courtyard, new tenants including Little Man Ice Cream and a multimillion-dollar facelift, developers hope to turn a 1950s retail strip into a shopping destination.
A Chicago coworking brand is betting big — $20 million — that it can undercut existing spaces from a 10-story perch at Welton and 16th streets.
A local investment crew’s first foray into Cherry Creek has led them to close on the 130,000-square-foot Citadel office building.
The company is preparing to break ground in August on a mixed-use complex on one of the last 2-acre parcels of downtown available for redevelopment.
A San Francisco-based company has started moving earth for 253 apartments on a 3.5-acre site on Osage Street.
With a $3 million shot in the arm, a local company has nabbed a 45-year-old health insurance firm in rural Colorado and given the combined company a peppy new name.
The hospital has purchased a 3.5-acre plot on Tower Road in fast-growing Green Valley Ranch for $1.7 million.
A Texas firm has started demolishing structures at 32nd and Walnut streets to make way for a 230-unit apartment project.