On tap are One Platte in LoHi, Vectra Bank’s HQ in the DTC, the Vib hotel in RiNo, and The Slate Denver and Thompson Hotel in the Central Business District.
Commercial Real Estate
With several new office buildings planned, 2022 might be a bit busier for groundbreakings.
Maybe you went back to the office. Maybe you didn’t. But business didn’t stop and we were there to cover it.
The takeout locations will be in Glendale and Longmont, and the sit-down eateries will open in Central Park and Westminster.
The 66-acre Pecos Logistics Park, which is already home to Pepsi, will have 1.1 million square feet across seven buildings when completed in 2022.
The Denver space will be 102,000 square feet with 95 warehouse suites, 32 offices, two photography studios and four conference rooms.
Judge Liam O’Grady, who is overseeing a lawsuit against the Denver real estate firm by Amazon, said his wife’s Amazon stock ownership didn’t disqualify him.
John Madden now owns just one of the DTC buildings he developed, at 5700 S. Quebec St., where he lives part of the year in a penthouse he listed for $6.7 million.
Embrey now owns the bulk of a block along Colfax Avenue, where it will build a seven-story, 370-unit complex called The Finch.
Aloy Thai Eatery at 211 E. 7th Ave. will have a limited menu and be smaller than Aloy’s locations in Boulder and RiNo.