Mill Creek Residential, which proposed a 16-story apartment complex with 420 units in 2019, now wants to build an eight-story structure with 326 units.
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“There are houses averaging over $600,000 that can’t stay on the market for more than a few days, and then downtown, you have condos that aren’t selling or having to drop their prices,” said Lori Greenly, an agent with Denver-High Rise Living.
The 6,658-square-foot home owned by the late art collector and philanthropist next to Cranmer Park was purchased from her trust for $3.5 million.
We checked in on construction of the hybrid RiNo multifamily project by Zakhem Real Estate Group.
“It helps spread (impacts) across the city, and we think that’s important,” said Colorado Village Collaborative Executive Director Cole Chandler.
The 15,212-square-foot home on 1.4 acres features a safe room, a game room, a workout room, an indoor and outdoor pool, an indoor basketball court and a sauna.
A company official said it’s unclear whether the company will be able to secure the entire development site it envisioned.
Two homes both fetched prices above $5 million. And one has a 500-foot zipline.
The 8,281-square-foot home at 333 Milwaukee St., featuring a staircase built from treads of an old railroad track, sold for $7 million in 2016.
“It’s unfortunate for buyers. But wow, sellers are doing well and gaining equity every month,” said Realtor Jill Schafer.