A $10.5 million project by a local charity and a church will bring 50 subsidized one-bedroom apartments for homeless people in Cap Hill.
Commercial Real Estate
A proposal to replace a restaurant property with another 160,000 square feet of office space at the Denver Tech Center will soon come before City Council after winning approval from the Planning Board.
A cloud computing company based out of RiNo’s Taxi development is more than doubling its space and employees in a planned move to a downtown office tower, and it’s also setting up an office in Texas.
An apartment developer has filed big plans for a Welton Street plot and hopes to add nearly 330 apartments in an 18-story building in the fast-growing Five Points area.
A 42-acre office park that houses tenants like Comcast has fetched $190 million in its sale to a local real estate firm fresh off another multimillion-dollar buy in RiNo.
One of the big players on the local co-working scene is passing the hat around to investors and has already raked in more than $3 million in a planned $5 million campaign.
A real estate firm that recently sold its Westminster office has bought a replacement headquarters in Uptown and will be boosting the complex’s occupancy as it moves in over the next month.
Plans for the site are unclear, but a 3.3-acre site right on the edge of RiNo near the growing Denargo Market project has fetched more than $10 million.
When plans for condos didn’t pan out, the owner of a RiNo plot quickly sold the property, and plans have already been filed for some 180 apartments at the site.
With a 50-year lease coming to a close, the city of Denver has a plan to buy out the operator of a stretch of retail real estate and take over the leasing and income.