Avondale Liquors argues that the city’s licensing department shouldn’t consider a neighborhood’s needs and wants when making a decision.
Exhibits that allege discrimination, drug use and alcohol abuse must be hidden, Judge David Goldberg ruled. A trial is scheduled for December.
Koko Ni will fill the previous space of Lea Jane’s Hot Chicken. Both eateries are owned by Fam Hospitality.
210 University last sold for $38.8 million in 2007, and was marketed by JLL as a redevelopment opportunity.
Denver and Boulder firms raised the most cash, topped by $265 million for Guild Education and $151 million for Meati Foods.
Westside Investment Partners would build thousands of residential units on the 155-acre property if voters agree to it.
A Mapleton home built for the founder of Naropa University and the Chambala centers hit the market.
The downtown apartment building has been run by a caretaker since January. That arrangement will end this month.
Carmel Partners plans to demolish the two existing buildings and construct an 18-story apartment building with 324 units.
Hearth Bakery hasn’t paid rent in recent months or made the property upgrades it agreed to make, according to the lawsuit.