The business closed when the pandemic hit. “We were kind of on an island there,” company president Bradd O’Brien said of the previous location.
The Denver resident made it for himself after existing products fell short. Now he’s leased a workshop to build them for others.
Property Markets Group, which also owns the Denver7 block at the intersection of Speer and Lincoln, wants to put up a five-story building along 2nd Avenue.
The 1,100-room Hyatt Regency, valued before the pandemic at $296 million by the county, is now valued at $207 million — 30 percent less.
The real estate firm has proposed multiple five-to-seven story buildings with retail space topped by hundreds of residences. The VOA will keep its headquarters.
Crispin Porter Bogusky subleased its 18,000 square feet to cybersecurity firm CyberGRX, a decision a spokesman attributed to new management.
Airport officials envision at least 200 hotel rooms with a rooftop bar as well as casual and drive-thru restaurants on the 26-acre site.
Developers would have to reserve some of their units for those making less than the area median income or pay a “fee-in-lieu” for each of the missing units.
A married couple of real estate agents were ousted for, among other things, allegedly blasting music from a golf cart and behaving inappropriately during a massage.
The seller of 1920 Market St., where the MTV reality show was filmed in 2006, paid $6.3 million for it three-and-a-half years ago and unloaded it for $12 million.