Chicago-based developer Core Spaces bought the 99-room hotel and grounds for $28.5 million.
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The decision was based on evidence of violations provided by police who worked undercover and off-duty at the bar. The Department of Excise and Licenses director will have the final say.
The owners of the 14-story Petroleum Building, which opened in 1957 at 110 16th St., submitted a concept plan to the city.
Denver’s latest skyscraper landed a second law firm. Meanwhile, the mixed-use project across from Coors Field is filling up.
ZoomCare also has clinics in LoDo, Boulder and Arvada but nixed the one planned for Capitol Hill.
FlyteCo, which opened in Berkeley in 2019, had “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to grow the brand.
No plans have been submitted, but the owners said a building would have at least two levels of retail space and some income-restricted residential units.
The eatery with a plant-based menu is growing again locally with its first new location since 2014.
Larry Burgess bought his first building along Brighton in 1978. His son Neville claims his father is “defrauding” the firm they co-own.
According to Larimer County property records, Rockies Lodging Capital purchased the 112-room hotel for $12.9 million in 2017. The original lender was Colorado Business Bank.