A building in LoDo’s “warehouse row” has changed hands in a $44 million deal, nearly double the sale price from its last deal 10 years ago.
Commercial Real Estate
Space is almost completely filled out at a former print shop on Blake Street, which a husband-and-wife development team has converted into space for an array of tenants, including restaurants and bars, an ad firm and an architecture firm.
The developer behind another massive Union Station apartment project is working on its next tower, a 14-story building with nearly 150 units, including several penthouse apartments.
A 70-acre railroad repair yard in Central Denver is set to hit the market, and real estate brokers say its size and prime location could support industrial, residential or retail redevelopment projects.
The long-standing Southern comfort food spot shut down last week, and its Five Points property sold well above its asking rate for $630,000.
Shortly after buying a piece of land elsewhere in Denver, the pharmacy giant seems to be finally making its move in Colorado with plans filed for a store on Sheridan Boulevard.
After a bidding war between several local developers, a beleaguered former hotel and restaurant building on South Broadway has finally changed hands.
The same firm that dropped $52 million on a Golden medical office is pouring another $35 million into the local market
An early childhood education center along Vine Street has been proposed for a redevelopment project that would build 14 townhomes on the property.
After hunting for two years, a California company has finally landed a real estate deal in Denver and plans to renovate the building’s 560 apartments.