“We expected to have record-breaking closings … the surprise was how much we increased in price in one month’s time,” a DMAR official said.
Residential Real Estate
The owners of the six units are under contract to sell the building, and the lot it sits on, to Houston-based developer Hines.
The revocation came after neighbors complained to the city about the situation, saying some renters were throwing parties.
Owners of the condo complex off of Speer want to sell their property to a developer. But others want to make their building a city landmark. “The reason they’re saying it’s Pueblo Revival is there’s not a lot of examples of Pueblo Revival,” Laura said. “It’s a manufactured false narrative.”
The moniker emerged as the top choice following several rounds of voting.
The company moved into The Hub in early 2019.
Denver-based Alpine Investments, led by Churchill Bunn, recently completed its first ground-up development.
The CEO of Stay Alfred said in 2015 that the idea for the company came to him during a trip to Denver.
The list price is $3.15 million.
An executive with San Antonio-based Embrey submitted the development proposal to the city last week.