Homes selling for $1 million or more quadrupled in the Denver area from 2016 to 2021, with 1,353 in 2016 and 5,548 in the first 11 months of this year.
Residential Real Estate
Plans, while subject to change, call for 780,000 square feet of office space and about 600 residential units in buildings 8 to 13 stories tall.
Mark Stevens, who Forbes estimates is worth $5.2 billion, was a partner at Sequoia Capital when it invested in Google, PayPal and LinkedIn.
The 94-unit complex would replace what is currently a parking lot at 2137 Glenarm Place.
The proposed 3300 Blake St. project would top out at seven stories on the southern end of the block, and 12 stories on the northern end.
No plans have been submitted, but the owners said a building would have at least two levels of retail space and some income-restricted residential units.
Larry Burgess bought his first building along Brighton in 1978. His son Neville claims his father is “defrauding” the firm they co-own.
Mansions in Cherry Hills Village and Sedalia also made the top 5, which ranged from $5.6 million to $9.5 million.
The property is zoned for up to five stories, but at least 25 percent of the units would have to be income-restricted.
Summit and Rockefeller will build a 13-story, 250-unit complex at the corner of 12th Avenue and Delaware Street.