The former manager of a Denver hedge fund and star football player at Kent is betting big on the growing craze of fantasy sports with a Vegas conference. And he has some big players on his starting lineup.
The Pipeline: Commercial real estate roundup for July 17, 2015
Real estate firms report more than $21 million in property sales, and several companies scoop up industrial and office space in Englewood.
Brighton Blvd. gas station slated for retail revamp
A gas station site was recently sold for $4.5 million, and the buyer said he is planning a retail redevelopment to accommodate the massive apartment projects going up nearby.
Entrepreneurs lead startup school for teens
A new program for area high school students kicked off this week, bringing 20 teenagers and three entrepreneurs together for a week-long camp in building a business.
In $70M project, restaurant comes out on top
A Denver restaurant chain sold its Uptown real estate for more than $11 million to an apartment developer, but it will come back bigger and better alongside the new project.
$60M building rising at DU
The university’s school of computer science and engineering is getting a new home equipped with more spaces for collaboration and 3-D printers.
Starbucks hopping Cherry Creek spots
The coffee shop is leaving a longtime storefront vacant in Cherry Creek North in favor of a new development nearby.
16th St. Mall development sold
An apartment, office and retail building along the 16th Street Mall sold this week to a developer that recently spent $127 million on other local properties in the last few years.
Nonprofit enrolls in year-round programs
A startup nonprofit is graduating from summer school and launching year-round programs for high schoolers that get them climbing, hiking and camping.
RiNo racking up 280 more apartments
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.