Thursday’s NAIOP awards celebrated Denver’s top commercial developers and brokers, and the Union Station redevelopment project in LoDo took home the top honors.
Commercial Real Estate
A 20-story office tower is moving into the last phase of a major renovation project that will update the building’s lobby and elevators.
A Colorado grocer is supplementing its Denver footprint with two new projects at the sites of a Tennyson Street bowling alley and a shuttered Glendale diner.
A recently renovated 40-unit apartment building on Lincoln Street was quickly sold to a firm headed up by a local investor.
A national homebuilder is planning about 300 new homes on a large swath of a shut-down country club outside of Denver.
As rents skyrocket around Denver, a developer is breaking ground on an apartment project for low-income residents and homeless veterans.
A 24-story building is on the rise downtown, and the apartment concept – which has been replicated in cities across the country – will include top-floor amenities and three retail storefronts.
A real estate advertising agency has bought some property of its own and is planning renovations to the 1930’s former grade school building in Baker.
A Lakewood hospice that has sat empty for more than a year is set to be revived by its new owner and developer and a $3 million overhaul of the property.
With a $30 million land deal finally closed, one of Denver’s biggest redevelopment projects will be underway in a matter of months.