Following the lead of the expansive office-based Industry development, a Texas firm has jumped into the RiNo neighborhood with plans for an eight-story apartment project.
A handful of small solar farms could crop up in the Denver area if a local company’s $30 million project bid moves forward.
What started as a concession deal for the local coffee chain has spilled over into the lease of a full building on University Avenue that includes a patio and ample parking.
The restaurant group behind several area dining and bar spots has sold off its Uptown land for more than $11 million to a developer with plans for more than 300 apartments.
The 16th Street Mall shopping center changed hands in late June.
A longtime Western-style retailer has launched limited-edition shirt line to coincide with the Avett Brothers’ upcoming Red Rocks concert.
Preparing for an aggressive expansion, a grocery store has a new Berkeley location underway in the longtime home of Elitch Lanes.
An Old Cherry Hills home less than 10 years old sold for about $3.8 million last month, capping June’s area residential sales.
A major health insurer leases 80,000 square feet in Englewood and several other large leases close in Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder and more.
A developer broke ground on a $240 million apartment project at Union Station Wednesday that will also include a Whole Foods.