The founder of MADEwkshp, which originally set up shop in RiNo before decamping to LoHi, ran into the buzzsaw of COVID.
Landlords sue for rent, and a developer claims it lost $2 million and title to a shopping center because a property manager failed to pay property taxes.
“We should be acting like partners, not adversaries,” he said of the firm that paid $55 million for his real estate holdings, making him its biggest local tenant.
Sherman & Howard’s 60,000-square-foot lease at Block 162 is the largest signed downtown since late 2019.
Lawson Adventure Park says its bank reneged on an agreement to pursue CARES Act relief on the company’s behalf.
The chain asked a judge in January to rule it can terminate its lease for the 16th Street Mall restaurant, which has been shuttered since last March.
“The testimony does suggest that this is a nuisance value settlement,” the judge said, meaning it was cheaper for the law firm than fighting a lawsuit in court.
It’s the second lawsuit for the Denver brewery in in as many weeks.
R. Investments CEO Travis Steffens was brought on stage by the former president during a 2020 event in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The other three onetime members of the crane company’s C-suite, including the ex-CEO, have filed counterclaims and deny wrongdoing.