The plaintiff says he paid $9,409 to The Denver Dating Co. for access to “a huge number of single women” in his age range but there were only five.
A judge ruled the defendants failed to exercise “reasonable diligence in investigating” complaints of methamphetamine fumes by tenants who suffered injuries.
The city argues that Initiative 303’s requirement that law enforcement respond to complaints within 72 hours or allow lawsuits intrudes on its authority to use discretion.
It is accused of 10 alleged violations of municipal code and state law, including having inadequate security and allowing the distribution of cocaine.
The filing comes after the Denver Post and another newspaper filed Colorado Open Records Act requests to see the entire, unredacted report, which cost DPS $200,000.
The owner of 471 Kalamath St. is going after a couple who were guarantors on the 37,000-square-foot brewery’s 2015 lease.
Nightclub operator Valentes Corleons wants to move in but a Nativ Hotel co-owner said “I would rather burn this place to the ground than have Valentes take over.”
The national chain’s restaurant along the 16th Street Mall was closed for 15 months due to the pandemic but reopened in June.
Architects claim the Archdiocese of Denver failed to pay for work done at a church and a bank seeks damages of $11.7 million over a construction loan.
A judge ruled that Terrance Hunt, Shane Ozment and Chris Cowan can’t act as brokers in Colorado for one year.