A 564-unit apartment complex in Denver for $141 million was the week’s top sale and 33,191 square feet of office space in Denver was the top lease.
Landlords sue for rent owed, equipment providers want leases paid and contractors seek mechanic’s lien foreclosures.
An addition for $5.5 million at 3144 W. Francis Walsh Place and a new building for $3.2 million at 2121 S. Broadway in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
Law firms name partners and shareholders, a real estate firm hires a managing director, plus new faces in architecture and nonprofits.
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G E Johnson Construction filed a $135 million permit for work at the old Evans School in Golden Triangle while a a $98 million permit was filed for 525 18th St. in Denver, Plus download our sortable Excel of all filings.
A law firm names four partners, a real estate developer appoints a CEO, plus new faces in construction, nonprofits and economic development.
A contractor is accused of stealing a tanker truck of water, a real estate firm claims commission is owed for a $2.5 million sale, and homeowners fight over tennis courts.
The Denver metro chamber names a vice president, a new CEO takes the helm at the Jewish community center and a Vail resort appoints directors.
New buildings for $15.8 million at 3500 N. Uinta St. and $8.3 million at 5173 N. Beeler St. in Denver were the week’s top building permits.