An office property near Union Station has changed hands for the second time in less than five years. And the price of the building jumped up $54 million since 2011.
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Turning away from the one-bedroom boom, a local developer is building a nearly 50-unit apartment project in RiNo that will be targeted more toward young families with two-story layouts.
A furniture store in Cherry Creek is kicking off a major plan to enlarge its showroom space and is starting demolition at a neighboring former restaurant property.
A newly launched extended-stay concept by Hilton is set for arrival near the Denver Airport, bringing more than 100 rooms to the already bustling airport area.
A law firm is launching its own development project and intends to redesign its RiNo office building to create a new work space for smaller practices.
A 270-unit apartment building is taking the place of a former Denver Public Schools building as other residential and hotel developments go up around it in the neighborhood.
Fifty more apartments are coming to Tennyson Street. Riverpoint Partners last month bought about 0.4 acres at 3860 and 3868 Tennyson St. with plans to build a new apartment building across the street from the Elitch Lanes bowling alley, which is itself being converted into a Natural Grocers. “There’s only a few pockets like this… Read more »
With construction still underway, a 300-unit apartment project in the Highlands is opening its doors to its first residents.
The architect and developer closed on the sale of a new apartment project. And the deal is the latest on a string of local multimillion-dollar purchases for the Illinois-based buyer.
Thursday’s NAIOP awards celebrated Denver’s top commercial developers and brokers, and the Union Station redevelopment project in LoDo took home the top honors.