Five new commercial buildings each costing between $3.4 million and $3.6 million at 5500 N. Telluride in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
BeerMkr raised $398,000 on Kickstarter in 2018 but investors on the ABC reality TV show were skeptical of the founders’ $25 million valuation.
Denver has identified parts of town that already have an “undue concentration” of such businesses. Applicants must also meet a “social equity” criteria.
“The plaintiffs have not deterred us,” the nonprofit that would manage the camp said in a statement. “Instead, the plaintiffs have lit a fire underneath us.”
A law firm adds a shareholder, an economic group names a CEO, plus promotions and new faces in construction, public relations, architecture and more.
A developer is under contract to buy the real estate at 123 Speer Blvd., including a five-story octagonal tower, and will likely demolish the structure.
DCP Midstream is moving its headquarters into 72,000 square feet at 6900 Layton St., which still leaves its three top floors available.
Citing a ‘rainy day’ mindset, Simeran Baidwan opened a third restaurant in West Highland in January and has signed a lease for a fourth in Central Park.
The seller bought it for $751,000 in 2004 from the notorious Smaldone crime family, which made it a hub for gambling and bootlegging in the 1940s.
Amazon did not confirm it but a shopping center owner’s website refers to a “future grocery store” and “national tenant” taking the former Stein Mart space.