Beacon Capital Partners and Elevation Development Group propose a 12-story building with 300,000 square feet.
Commercial Real Estate
The local coffee shop opened a bakery downtown called Owlette after its former baked goods source stopped offering wholesale during the pandemic.
The Salazars signed on as a franchisee of the theater chain after talks with LiveNation about a concert venue fell apart.
The new owner has founded Mexican and Italian restaurants in Colorado. He didn’t disclose his plans for the 8,400 square feet he acquired at 1745 Wazee St.
Lauren Coleman wants to build a new hotel on Colfax Avenue with units that go for $300 a night. But for now, she’s housing the otherwise homeless.
The five-story project at the corner of 2nd Avenue and Cook Street is a block away from its first and would have 110 units and 165 parking spaces.
Known as the Egyptian when it opened and then renamed the Holiday, the theater was sold by the leaders of a church that used it until 2020. They paid $2.4 million for it in 2012.
The allegations include letting armed, undercover cops into the club, who were then offered cocaine by a patron, as well as inadequate security.
Delores Tronco left Denver to open an eatery in New York City’s Greenwich Village just before the pandemic hit. Now, she’s back and opening The Greenwich on Larimer Street.
The developer wants to put up a seven-story building on a 0.44-acre parking lot at 235 Fillmore St. that he bought in 2019 for $12 million.