Dueling ballot measures, a lawsuit and a 2022 deadline. Here’s the latest in the saga of a developer and a conservation easement blocking redevelopment.
Granite Tower, at 1099 18th St., last sold in 2010 for $149 million. The new deal is worth about $343 a square foot.
Rivian has requested city permits to build a 21,219-square-foot service center with offices at 3893 N. Steele St.
Middle State Coffee signed a lease for a 450-square-foot space at 2622 W. 32nd Ave. and expects to open in spring 2022.
“I think it was a very challenging expectation to think that in five years or less we were going to fill the capacity of that brewery,” its CEO said of its former facility in Baker.
The office building at 5700 S. Quebec St. was already under construction in the 1970s when he suddenly decided to live atop it.
Presley ultimately decided not to buy the home at 3962 S. Chase Way, but fans continued to believe otherwise, according to the Rocky Mountain News.
Handsome Boys Hospitality will open Con Safos at 1416 Market St. in LoDo in a building previously home to 24K Lounge and The Purple Martini.
The appeal to the Denver Board of Adjustment came after a lawsuit filed by five homeowners was dismissed in May.
“It was a busy, busy week, but it did not compare to opening day,” said an executive with ViewHouse Ballpark’s parent company. That view was shared.