A five-story, 421,000-square-foot apartment complex with 366 units is being built on the former site of a carpet and furniture store.
A judge ruled that Terrance Hunt, Shane Ozment and Chris Cowan can’t act as brokers in Colorado for one year.
Mechanical work and a new building for $8 million at 2100 Arapahoe St. and a new building for $7.2 million at 9300 E. 46th Place were the week’s top building permits.
A five-story structure with 58,200 square feet would be built on a 0.4-acre parking lot and replace the firm’s office in LoDo.
The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless plans to rehabilitate a 10-story, 101-unit complex that has housed the former homeless for 25 years.
“We want to attempt to roll out this brand nationally,” said the Denver restaurateur. “I’ve never met anyone who doesn’t like tacos.”
New execs named at technology and communications firms, plus new faces and promotions in law, real estate, marketing, hospitality and more.
Opus plans to build an apartment complex on the site, which was fenced off last week after being tagged with graffiti.
Three years after the owners purchased the building, the space at 4923 W. 38th Ave. in Berkeley is now hosting live music, theater and other performances.
The Denver-based breakfast chain, which launched in Ballpark in 2006, has 50 restaurants in the U.S. and plans to add another 12 next year.