Phased construction for $27 million at 3500 Chestnut and $8.3 million for electrical work and a new building at 3750 Blake St. in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
The company will ask the city to rezone the property between Larimer and Lawrence streets, and 26th and 27th streets for future redevelopment.
Four buildings would be included in the deal to expand a magnet school in South Park Hill — Wildcat Center, Academic Center, Aspen Hall and Whatley Chapel.
The pandemic homebuying boom initially bypassed condos. But inventory isn’t stacking up anymore and prices are rising.
The firm purchased the 0.92-acre site in 2019 for $6.5 million, and it’s building 348 units with 14,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.
After unanimous approval, the measure heads to Mayor Michael Hancock’s desk. He “is not opposed,” a spokeswoman said, and will likely sign it into law.
A law firm adds a partner, plus new faces and promotions in real estate, education, consulting and more.
The owners of the Doughnut Club, which also has shops in RiNo, Lakewood and Fort Collins, want to have six of the sweet spots open by the end of the year.
The building first proposed for 2nd Avenue and Adams Street in early 2020 would still be five stories, but feature 22 dwellings instead.
The owner of Horror Bar, which screens horror movies every night and serves cocktails inspired by the genre, expects his spooky venture to be a scream.