A Golden family is building 15 cabins and converting the 4,800-square-foot depot on Hemlock Street into an event space called Freight.
Commercial Real Estate
The developer of Denver Central Market has unloaded that building and five nearby properties in an off-market transaction.
The developer had announced in November that it signed a purchase agreement for 70 acres on South Federal Boulevard that the school closed last year.
A small restaurant and retail district in the neighborhood might get a bit of an extension.
The company that operates Enterprise Coworking dropped $10 million for a Greenwood Village building, part of which it plans to convert to shared office space.
A Washington-based firm has closed on its purchase of the site with plans to redevelop it into apartments and retail.
A busy residential builder has locked down three adjacent plots that currently are being used to store vehicles.
A $3.5 billion company is establishing a permanent local footprint after more than 15 years of doing projects along the Front Range.
A sausage facility-turned-office building in RiNo is now in the hands of a Vermont-based company.
An apartment developer is set to buy a century-old former elementary school on North Acoma Street.