The firm is planning a $1 billion mixed-use project with retail, office and residential space in seven structures up to 12 stories tall.
The city alleges several licensing code violations, including distributing cocaine, a lack of licensed security, frequent fights and fire infractions.
Terrance Hunt, Shane Ozment and Chris Cowan were sued by their former employer when they jumped to rival CBRE in May.
It would be the third neighborhood to be mass rezoned for ADUs, following Chaffee Park in 2020 and Sloan’s Lake in August.
“It’s going to be unparalleled,” said William Brinkerhoff, owner of La Loma and Sierra Restaurant, of Caldéro. The Rockies co-owner is an investor.
The owners of Danico Brewing Co. met while working for Anheuser-Busch. They plan to open with 10 to 15 taps next summer.
Up to 2,000 residential units could be built and existing retail space cut to as little as 125,000 square feet from the current 270,000 square feet.
A $20 million capital campaign is funding the 26,470-square-foot facility. The organization was founded by former Denver Broncos quarterback Brian Griese.
Wedfuly helps facilitate virtual weddings, while Wad-Free aims to keep sheets from getting tangled in the washer or dryer.
“This is a partnership dispute where one side is improperly using the courts to extract a greater settlement,” an attorney for Flywheel Capital’s Ben Hrouda said.