The assessments largely don’t take into account the boom Colorado’s housing market has seen since the onset of the pandemic.
The location at 2845 Walnut St. will be just the second brick-and-mortar showroom for RevZilla. The other is in Philadelphia, where the company is based.
“As soon as I have the permits, I’ll demolish it,” said Lenny Taub of First Stone Development, which purchased the property earlier this month.
AFC Urgent Care will demolish a structure at 3248 Champa St. and put up a new 3,600-square-foot clinic on a site it purchased in early 2020.
The Denver restaurateur opened Grange Hall this week with nine food stalls in the former C.B. & Potts brewhouse building.
Nightclub operator Valentes Corleons wants to move in but a Nativ Hotel co-owner said “I would rather burn this place to the ground than have Valentes take over.”
One measure would preserve the defunct golf course as open space. The other would make it easier to redevelop the site.
The national chain’s restaurant along the 16th Street Mall was closed for 15 months due to the pandemic but reopened in June.
Architects claim the Archdiocese of Denver failed to pay for work done at a church and a bank seeks damages of $11.7 million over a construction loan.
Highlights include a large lot, a 10-car garage with a lift system and a dog-themed bathroom with a dog door and dog shower.