The former Emily Griffith vocational school campus, on a full city block next to the Denver Athletic Club, was sold to a local hotelier for $26 million.
A 29-unit project with ground-floor retail on the northwest corner of Pennsylvania Street and Bayaud Avenue is set to break ground this month.
A trio of investors with eyes on eastern Cherry Creek have snapped up a second property in the neighborhood.
A Denver entrepreneur is launching a new convenience store brand, inspired by the Wawa and Sheetz concepts common on the East Coast.
The owner of two downtown office towers — including the Wells Fargo Center — is placing a multimillion-dollar bet on the red-hot RiNo neighborhood.
A year-old Union Station office building designed with sharp angles and a shiny glass exterior – and home to several high-profile tenants – quietly hit the market last year.
The company’s co-founders said they are parking the business on Platte to take advantage of its heavy foot traffic and proximity to the Highlands and downtown.
The upscale market is cutting a location in the heart of Denver, following a string of planned in-state closures.
The last residents have checked out of an old Broadway motel, as homebuyers start inking deals for a permanent stay in Platt Park.
Sally Ross is a one-of-a-kind Mitsubishi Fuso truck built by Phoenix Pop Up Camper, a Commerce City-based company founded in 1987.