The buildings were sold by Illinois-based Inland Private Capital, which paid $18.8 million for them in 2015.
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“It will be really convenient for tenants here at Colorado Center, as well as for commuters,” a Lincoln Property Co. official said, noting the nearby light-rail station.
Go Fast has been around since 2001. “We survived all the big boys like Red Bull and Monster and Rockstar,” an exec says.
Cornerstar Wine & Liquor LLC, managed by Shelly Dragul, said in a filing last week it owes at least $1 million to creditors.
The two tenants join WeWork and the building’s developers in the office space above Amazon Books.
The development by Denver-based Formativ at 2763 Blake St. is expected to open in July.
The coworking company has taken an entire building and expects to open in the fourth quarter.
Nonprofit Urban Land Conservancy and Medici Consulting Group are partnering on the 66-unit project.
Owner: “To me, Texas barbecue is about tradition and simplicity — the meat is the center of attention.”
Owner: “There’s no grocery element in the Highlands at all — the only option is to walk to a different neighborhood to get groceries.”