It’s the second sale since completion for the 10-story, 285-unit Verve, and the first for the seven-story, 156-unit Amaranth.
The Wynkoop Street property is zoned for up to 12 stories if a development meets income-restricted housing requirements.
Seven neighborhood organizations and business improvement districts sent a letter to Denver officials urging them to do more to tackle homelessness.
The seven-story building is 117,235 square feet, making the sale worth $921 a square foot — a new record high for office space in Denver.
The one on Bannock Street would have 275 apartments and the one on Acoma Street would have both condominiums and hotel rooms.
Phased construction for $102.6 million at 2601 N. Alcott St. in Denver and a tennis center for $4.4 million at 7760 S. Wheeling Court in Englewood were the week’s top building permits.
The clearing of sidewalks and public rights-of-way would happen at least three times per week, during which belongings must be removed or get confiscated.
A seven story, 390-unit apartment complex is planned for 3.3 acres of the 8-acre site, leaving room for another development on the northern portion.
A chamber CEO leaves to take the helm at PBS12, a Denver law office appoints a managing partner, plus new faces and promotions in real estate and finance.
“We want to be the food hall in the suburbs for all the 45-year-olds with two kids that still want to go to Avanti but can’t drag the whole family down there,” Nick Costanzo said.