A year after cashing out on a major Cherry Creek office building, a West Coast developer is buying back into the neighborhood. Seattle-based Schnitzer West bought 0.3 acres near Fillmore Street and 2nd Avenue this month for $4.88 million. The deal closed on Jan. 1, city records show. The property includes a retail strip at… Read more »
Commercial Real Estate
More Highlands townhomes take shape
The residential construction boom in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood has now hit Federal Boulevard.
Condo developers buy Cap Hill garage
A longtime auto repair shop is pulling out of Capitol Hill to make way for new condos.
Former Fero’s space rises from the ashes
After a grisly murder and a devastating fire, a retail stretch along Colorado Boulevard is coming back to life with new tenants.
Co-working, incubator space hatches on Broadway
Two potential investors are creating a new shared office in Denver with plans to provide mentorship and a business incubator setting to their startup tenants.
Old hostel gets residential upgrade
After being operated at a cheap hostel where room rates could dip below $17 a night, a Five Point property is being renovated into apartment and commercial space.
New brokers fill firm’s investment void
One of Denver’s largest commercial brokerages has a new twosome in charge of investment sales after its previous team bolted to a competitor.
Hotel springs up in the Highlands
Almost 100 new hotel rooms are coming to the Highlands, courtesy of an Aurora hotelier.
New townhomes take shape in Uptown
New townhouses are on the rise in Uptown – complete with designated space for a Jacuzzi.
Edgewater awaits grocery spark to ignite development
An Atlanta developer is starting 2015 by tweaking its blueprint for a vacant grocery site in Edgewater. But before any land changes hands and construction crews arrive, the developer must first land a new grocery anchor.