The developer behind a Capitol Hill condo project is ready to punch the accelerator on construction of four floors of condos.
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A shale oil investment firm with an office in the Denver Tech Center has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, owing creditors between $1 million and $10 million.
PetroHunter Energy Corporation listed assets between $1 million and $10 million and liabilities between $100 million and $500 million when it filed bankruptcy this week.
Priderock Capital Partners bought the Highline Village apartments in Aurora last week for $71.3 million, according to Arapahoe County records. The 467-unit apartment complex sold for $152,675 per apartment.
A chunk of a fast-changing Sunnyside corner has sold to a developer with plans on building a new office building and restaurant.
Colorado Boulevard is still in the crosshairs for an out-of-state buyer with an appetite for Denver retail space.
Koelbel Urban Homes has cleared a patch of land at 14th and Vine streets in Cheesman Park to build 14 new townhomes.
Empty nesters – and the birds that left the nest – are the target demographic for a planned $60 million Castle Rock mixed-use development.
One of the last multifamily sites in LoHi has changed hands, as a lot at 29th Avenue and Zuni Street went for more than $3 million.
The Echo Mountain Resort – operating under bankruptcy protection since February – sold last week to a DU alumnus and son of a wealthy Minnesota business magnate.