Commercial Real Estate

Glendale tower sold for $25M

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A Greenwood Village real estate investment firm has scooped up a 19-story office tower in Glendale from a Washington, D.C. company that had owned it for 10 years.

$16M plan to redevelop Lincoln Park warehouse

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With other apartment projects already underway elsewhere in the area, a developer is planning to add another 60 low-income units on Santa Fe Drive in a part-rehab, part-build undertaking.

LoHi apartment project lands first restaurant tenant

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An Ohio tavern concept with its first Colorado location in the works in Westminster has signed on to a new LoHi apartment development — and that’s just the first drop in the bucket.

Seattle firm notches another big office buy

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Shortly after buying a Cherry Creek office portfolio, a real estate firm carried on its Denver spree with a $21 million purchase of a Wynkoop Street building.

Pair of Stapleton hotels sold for $62M

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A California firm bought two hotels with a combined 700 rooms last week, hoping to tap into business travel and capitalize on the upcoming light rail line.

Motorcycle shop kicks off high-gear expansion

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Leaving its 25,000-square-foot shop on South Broadway in the dust, a motorcycle gear store is ready to make the jump into a much larger space its building near Dry Creek.

Second developer takes over Cap Hill church

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After a California firm backed away from a residential redevelopment project at a Cap Hill church property, another developer stepped in last month and bought the building with similar plans in the works.

DaVita to anchor $190M Union Station building

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Just a few years after failing to land the kidney health giant’s massive HQ deal, a local developer is planning a 19-story building in Union Station to be anchored by DaVita, which will add 265,000 square feet and 1,200 employees to its Denver operations.