The century-old bathhouse on West Colfax Ave. sold this month for $2 million. The buyers plan to eventually put up an apartment building.
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“The amount of leasing velocity that we’ve witnessed in Cherry Creek is incredible,” said Dan Huml, who plans to develop a five-story building.
The buyer called the Colorado Horse Park “a refuge in a sea of new homes and a connection to the Douglas County rural past.”
Culdesac, whose first project in Arizona has received national press coverage, is suing the seller of property that it tried to buy along Tower Road.
A shoe manufacturer and a bank name senior executives, plus new faces and promotions in real estate, law and more.
Douglas County buys a Castle Rock hotel, and office buildings in Denver’s Central Park and Westminster change hands.
The nearly century-old firm, the 30th largest in Denver, will trade its spot at City Center for a smaller one at 1660 Lincoln in Uptown.
The California-based company’s first area restaurants, in Cherry Creek and next to Union Station, opened in 2020.
It’s the biggest year of leasing ever for the Denver-based company, Broe CEO Doug Wells told BusinessDen.
Lake Steam Baths, which originally catered to Jews who lived and worked on the west side of Denver, was bought by a car wash company.