The architect and developer closed on the sale of a new apartment project. And the deal is the latest on a string of local multimillion-dollar purchases for the Illinois-based buyer.
A Wash Park staple is getting back to its bakery roots and giving itself a bit more elbow room with a second location on Gaylord Street.
A natural food company is growing into a third location – taking over a lease from another healthy food brand.
A force behind medical marijuana legalization and a Denver medical dispensary is moving his business to New York and plans to start up a $10 million clinic and farm project there.
Shortly after selling her 17-year-old company, a local entrepreneur is building herself a new home – and going in on a $10 million condo redevelopment project
The annual RV, Sports, Boat & Travel Expo over the weekend was expected to bring in 30,000 attendees and 117 exhibitors.
After 25 years in the neighborhood, an art gallery and shop is shutting down its area stores as its owner retires.
Thursday’s NAIOP awards celebrated Denver’s top commercial developers and brokers, and the Union Station redevelopment project in LoDo took home the top honors.
More than $2.3 million worth of apartments change hands, and a cable company leases 70,000 square feet in the Triangle Building.
A local developer is trying to get plans off the ground for a small, high-end apartment building – complete with a concierge – in Sloan’s Lake.