Three nearby residents filed a notice of intent to submit a landmark application last month that if approved would have prevented their destruction.
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The city wants more non-residential development in the neighborhood south of downtown but Alpine Investments said there was too much “uncertainty in the office leasing market.”
A Hummer used in “Zombieland” is Zack Loffert’s daily driver. “I felt that the collection was hidden,” he said of his 60 vehicles that will be displayed starting May 15.
Barry’s is going in next to Shake Shack in Elevation Development’s 260 North building.
“The texture is chewier, softer, airier with a soft crisp on the outside,” said the co-founder of Dochi, which already operates in Seattle and Orlando.
The undeveloped fenced-in lots used to park buses at the edge of Curtis Park are planned to become three-story apartment buildings with 189 units.
The top three floors of 1011 Walnut St., a downtown Boulder building that’s home to fully leased office condos on the upper floors and the shuttered Brasserie Ten Ten restaurant, sold this month for $11 million.
The founder of TAG Restaurant Group will use some stalls himself, including his first foray into pizza, when Grange Hall opens in the former C.B. & Potts space in August.
One idea is to allow a developer additional height at the site up to 16 stories in exchange for the preservation of the five-story octagonal tower.
First Batch Hospitality, which has wineries in Brooklyn and Washington D.C., was going to open in Formativ’s Lot Twenty Eight building but backed out.