The number of sellers paying 2.5 percent, instead of the more common 2.8 percent, was up 77 percent in May and 22 percent in June compared to a year earlier.
The ABC affiliate sold its property at 123 Speer Blvd. last year after the Denver City Council rejected a bid to make its office building a landmark.
But Terrance Hunt, Chris Cowan and Shane Ozment can work in Colorado again after a New York judge’s injunction ended.
They are the only local businessmen known to have been part of a bid for the NFL team, which is going to an ownership group led by Walmart heir Rob Walton.
“The penalty imposed does not fit the severity of the violation,” argues Timberline Steaks & Grille after it served beer to an underage police cadet.
Companies that rent, custom build and import vans have plenty of customers but higher costs are eating into their profit margins.
“The public has a right to know of Mr. Sawaya’s transgressions,” a plaintiff’s attorney told a Denver judge. The lawyer for Sawaya Law’s namesake disagrees.
The home designed by famed architect Burnham Hoyt will set a record for Wash Park if it sells for anything close to its asking price.
“Developers have been waiting in the wings,” said the airport CEO. “Once they started to see air travel come back in a big way, the plans began to snowball.”
The 51-year-old Lone Tree resident admitted taking millions from investors, including several professional athletes, through lies and omissions.