A new building for $13.7 million at 3601 N. Brighton Blvd. and an addition for $13.2 million at 8700 Pena Blvd. are the week’s top building permits.
The Seattle-based firm, which has a large Denver presence, had planned an eight-story project at 1420 Wynkoop St.
The online retailer claims in a lawsuit that a 3 percent sales tax places “an undue burden on interstate commerce.” Lakewood declined to comment.
The 25-seat Restaurant Olivia at 290 S. Downing St. will be able to double its seating capacity at night with space at 284 S. Downing St.
Law firms add partners and shareholders, real estate firms get new owners and managing directors, plus new faces in finance, hospitality and more.
The CEO of Northstar Commercial Partners sued IPI Partners in 2020, accusing the firm of breach of contract.
Dan Whitehead, founder of a wealth management firm, and his wife call the custom mansion they moved into last year “Shoots & Ladders.”
A judge ruled that the accused fraudster will be disbarred Aug. 1, the same day he is scheduled to be arraigned.
The winning bid was $88.2 million, a 50 percent drop from the last time Denver Energy Center changed hands.
“Schnitzer West had an exceptional experience developing Civica Cherry Creek,” said an exec. The firm wants to add an eight-story building at 201 Fillmore St.