Dozens of employees are expected to lose their jobs as a locally based company gets swallowed up and closes its HQ in the third quarter.
A developer has formulated its plan for the southeast corner of Park Avenue West and Curtis Street.
Waqar “Vic” Ahmed, who started Innovation Pavilion in 2011, said in a prepared statement and a YouTube video Thursday that he is stepping down as CEO.
Two companies in the resort area are tussling over which has rights to images of a nearby mountain in its logo and which can use “real estate” in its name.
A building in Curtis Park that hosts events and classes has sold for more than 2.5 times the price it fetched six years ago.
If the French-style property fetches close to its asking price, it will set a new high water mark for the most expensive sale in the neighborhood.
A 38-unit Hale apartment building sells for $7.4M, a Highlands Ranch bank branch sells, and Ringsby Realty reports the week’s largest lease.
A company whose logo graces a tower at the corner of 17th and California streets has sold to outside investors as its founder moves on to other ventures.
Alpine Investments plans to finish the building in 2019 and list the most expensive unit for $1.75 million.
After trading lawsuits with the property owners over water damage, Tom’s Urban is shutting down on Larimer Street.