Samantha Holloway’s 8,300-square-foot home at 1001 S. High St. will set a record for the area if it sells for close to its list price.
Residential Real Estate
Total spending was higher in the first six months of 2022, but the number of listings and occupancy rates were still lower than in 2019.
The 250-foot-tall structure with 285 apartments would replace a pair of office buildings but keep Cherokee Row at 11th Avenue and Cherokee Street.
If finalized, it will allow Oakwood Homes to break ground on the 1,700-home Prairie Point protected from the mayor’s proposed crackdown on water use.
The only tenant in the former Burte Hotel is a pawn shop on the first floor. The 40 rooms on the second and third floors will be turned into 20 units for rent.
The buyer is a Denver homebuilder that plans to scrape the ’70s-era structure and construct two duplexes on the large lot.
The Avs player $7.2 million for his new home, and sold the seller his previous one for $3.2 million.
Shorenstein’s lawsuit in Denver District Court alleges Saunders used the wrong materials when it built The Grand’s water systems, leading to 33 leaks and “large-scale floods.”
A husband and wife who fled flames in the middle of the night claim that fencing was not adequate to keep out vagrants who lit the blaze.
The planned complex will have 300 units and be five stories high, much shorter than the nine stories originally proposed.