The couple who own the property, which includes a 9,387-square-foot mansion, a guest house, a studio, a barn, a stable, and indoor and outdoor arenas, said they’ve decided to downsize.
A developer wants to build a 995-square-foot coffee shop building on the property, which has been undeveloped since at least 2011.
Opopop, co-founded by two former DJs and nightclub owners, sells pre-flavored microwavable popcorn kernels in six flavors on its website.
The hotel on Brighton Boulevard in RiNo will have 140 rooms and is expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2021.
The deal for the 13-building, 25-acre university campus in South Park Hill, which also involved Denver Public Schools and the Denver Housing Authority, closed Tuesday.
Simeran Baidwan decided the pandemic was a good time to expand. He’s opening Lil Coffea Shop at 300 E. 6th Ave. this summer.
The Silicon Valley company, which makes its products with wool from merino sheep and fiber from trees and sugarcane, is also opening an outpost in Boulder.
Sonny’s Mediterranean at 2622 W. 32nd Ave. was named after the owner’s Great Pyrenees.
A new building for $26.3 million at 18025 E. 61st Ave. and $5 million in electrical work and construction at 27910 E. 112th Ave. in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
Evergreen Devco, which bought the ag land near a light rail station for $6.5 million, wants to build apartments, a senior housing facility, stores and restaurants.