A 354-unit apartment complex in Denver for $130 million was the week’s top sale and 9,130 industrial square feet in Denver was the top lease.
A $2.4 million dispute over airport parking. An apartment complex seeks $157,000 paid for improvements never made. A condo owner sues over a noisy elevator.
New buildings for $5.2 million and $4.6 million at 9525 and 9575 E. 40th Ave. and a $4.8 million alteration at 8500 Pena Blvd. in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
A real estate firm names a western region president, an ad agency hires a new global CEO, plus promotions and new faces in construction, finance and more.
The purchase of 42,469 square feet in Aurora for $3 million was the week’s top sale and 26,345 square feet at a medical center in Denver was the top lease.
A group of commercial buildings each between $1.9 million and $6.9 million at 4909 N. Telluride were the week’s top building permits.
A bank hires a CFO, a market president and several VPs, a nonprofit restructures, and new faces in real estate, architecture, marketing and more.
A multifamily property in Englewood for $14.6 million was the week’s top sale and 32,000 industrial square feet in Denver was the top lease.
Lennar’s claim that a district owes millions for Amber Creek subdivision infrastructure and a family fight over a Routt County ranch top this week’s docket.
A new building for $4.7 million at 1300 40th St. in Denver and $4.7 million for a tenant improvement at 135 E. Inverness Drive in Englewood were the week’s top building permits.