The auto repair shop and single-family homes previously on the 0.43-acre site at 1230 S. Pearl St. were demolished.
Residential Real Estate
Higher property evaluations can be appealed but the repeal of the Gallagher Amendment “almost guarantees residential owners will pay higher taxes.”
Robert Thompson — who stepped down as CEO last year as COVID crushed the bowling, arcade and restaurant chain — is moving to New Orleans.
The proposed future of the college campus in South Park Hill also involves residential development by the Denver Housing Authority.
Sale prices have soared in recent months but the higher valuations are mostly based on a period predating the pandemic.
Landlords would also be required to pay for inspections to get a license, which would be good for four years. Council members disagree over how to assess the fees.
The city wants more non-residential development in the neighborhood south of downtown but Alpine Investments said there was too much “uncertainty in the office leasing market.”
The private college chain plans to cease operations on 25 acres in South Park Hill this summer.
The undeveloped fenced-in lots used to park buses at the edge of Curtis Park are planned to become three-story apartment buildings with 189 units.
Nancy Leprino sold her 11,457-square-foot home at 2 S. Lilhaven Lane in March, and her sister Mary recently listed two condos in Denver.