An eight-story, 165-unit building developed by Mill Creek Residential would replace the parking lot at 618 E. 16th Ave.
“The way the industry is headed is most bars need a hook now,” said Winston Manley, who co-owns The Local Drive in RiNo’s Catalyst building on Brighton.
Houston-based Hines and Denver-based EnviroFinance Group plan to develop 860,000 square feet of office warehouse space across six buildings.
The city will send out trained staff to issue citations for crimes such as destruction of property, public defecation, trespassing and dumping.
Thrive plans to build 322 homes, some detached and some townhomes. Another part of the campus is expected to be sold to a developer later this month.
The 10-story, 316-unit project has been cited as an example of a “win-win” between preservation and development interests.
The Downtown Denver Partnership changes CEOs, a law firm names two partners, plus new faces in real estate, architecture, construction and more.
“We want to continue the tradition that this street is known for, which is small businesses with owners or operators that you can find there every day,” said a co-owner.
The building at 1755 Blake St. sold for $61.2 million and the office component at 1515 Wazee St. for $24.3 million, making the deal worth $494 a square foot.
Mike Mojica, founder of Outdoor Element, most recently got one for a survival knife featuring a fire-starting spark wheel.