A developer broke ground on a $240 million apartment project at Union Station Wednesday that will also include a Whole Foods.
Commercial Real Estate
As the area around Welton Street booms with new construction, a 120-year old property will add to the area’s rehab projects with plans for new office and retail space.
EVIVA Cherokee, a 274-unit apartment tower at 1250 Cherokee St., broke ground two weeks ago. It’s a joint venture between Denver’s Charter Realty Group and Atlanta-based Integral Group.
A year after its first venture into Stapleton, an out-of-town hotel developer is closing a reservation for 112 more rooms.
Northwestern Mutual has a little extra room to work in at a Colorado Boulevard building that already bears its name.
Lincoln Property Co. is beginning site work on a new 200,000-square-foot office tower, kicking off a new phase of development at Colorado Center that will include 250 new apartments, retail space and expanded parking.
A contested five-story apartment and mixed-use development in Lowry has been cleared for takeoff.
Unico Properties this month bought the Denver Club building at 518 17th St. for $30 million. The firm plans several million dollars of upgrades for both common areas and tenant spaces.
After 13 years on Broadway, a marketing agency is relocating to a Golden Triangle office it recently bought for $1.3 million, along with its sister printing company.
A developer’s high expectations for the Welton Street area are getting support from homebuyers who are quickly grabbing the project’s town houses, which aren’t set to be finished until next spring.