“Construction costs are killing more business momentum than anything,” said a broker as to the reason why the eatery won’t be opening on Pearl Street.
Killmer Lane & Newman claims it is owed 32 percent of Sheneen McClain’s settlement. McClain says KLN deserves nothing.
The most expensive houses were $6.5 million and $5.5 million, followed by Denver homes for $5.4 million and $5.3 million.
The brewery has been at 3001 Walnut St. since 2013. The property’s new owner submitted a plan to the city showing a restaurant.
The strip club’s lead attorney also died at the club, forcing the delay. The judge ruled Monday that his demise at the club can be mentioned at the trial.
Judge Alex Myers rejected a lawsuit filed by Park Hill residents and ruled that a city bureaucrat and board did not abuse their power by allowing the camps.
The latest litigation surrounding the building near Union Station is sarcastic at times, claiming “near-poltergeist levels of flooding” inside.
One developer says $8 million went missing. The other says a felony was committed.
“I think the Crowther house is one of those that is aching to be saved from the wrecking ball,” said Commissioner George Dennis.
The project by City Street Investors and Columbia Group goes before Denver’s Landmark Preservation Commission for a second time on Tuesday.