New buildings for $58.3 million at 3500 Blake St. and $10.5 million at 5660 E. Atlantic Place in Denver were the week’s top building permits.
A $20 million capital campaign is funding the 26,470-square-foot facility. The organization was founded by former Denver Broncos quarterback Brian Griese.
The buyers already own 13 acres in the Denargo Market area and added 3275 and 3315 Denargo St., which are home to a warehouse and a self-storage facility.
County officials are delaying a vote on a proposal to reduce the amount of space allowed for inventory storage to give business owners more time to weigh in.
The Cajun-style brunch spot paid $2.2 million for its restaurant property at 3927 W. 32nd Ave. The seller bought it in 2013 for $667,000.
An architecture firm names a strategy director, plus new faces and promotions in law, real estate, finance and more.
Wedfuly helps facilitate virtual weddings, while Wad-Free aims to keep sheets from getting tangled in the washer or dryer.
2020 “was filled with more downs than ups,” founder Lorena Cantarovici said. But “the sense of opening another location brings hope and accelerates everyone.”
Restaurateur Stoney Joseph, who opened his first namesake eatery in Capitol Hill in 2010, is venturing outside of Denver for the first time.
“This is a partnership dispute where one side is improperly using the courts to extract a greater settlement,” an attorney for Flywheel Capital’s Ben Hrouda said.