Owner of Denver franchise: ‘Our goal is not to get you to run a Tough Mudder. The goal is to create a community of people.’
Developers Hines and Jordon Perlmutter & Co. found a buyer for 1601 Wewatta, which was completed in 2015.
Altitude Industries has leased 2,500 square feet. Its new home will incorporate a showroom displaying rooftop tents and a drive-in bay for installation on cars.
It’s moving into space vacated by Snarf’s Sandwiches, which just moved next door.
The lawsuit revolves around the former First Avenue Hotel, which is being developed into new residences after it sold at a bankruptcy auction for $6.6 million. Defendant David Zucker, CEO of Zocalo Community Development: ‘This is an entirely frivolous lawsuit.’
Continuum Partners and CIM Group considering converting the structure into a hotel. But instead, it’s now in its final weeks of existence.
List price? $1.4 million for the early-20th-century house of worship.
The six-bedroom home sits on 2.5 acres. The seller bought the land in 2013 for $1.4 million, then built the house.
Jen Sevcik, Tim Samp and Nattiel Pierson are targeting a February opening for Duality at 4635 W. Colfax Ave.
The lawsuit indicates Krakauer signed an agreement with the playwrights in 2013, but since has soured on the musical, which has been performed only in Michigan.