A real estate company with a home base in Cherry Creek has filed bankruptcy on behalf of a recent acquisition in California.
Residential Real Estate
Six buildings along Sherman St. in Capitol Hill that make up Poet’s Row sold this week for $33.5 million.
The cable world’s John Saeman is selling a three-bedroom Cheery Creek condo with all the luxuries.
Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware sold his Cherry Creek brownstone to Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler for $1.6 million on May 12, according to Denver property records. That’s $220,000 more than Ware paid for the three-story home in 2014.
15,000-square-foot house sells for $6.7M; Cherry Hills Village site was No. 2 at $4.2M
“If someone wanted to come in and build five or 10 homes and maintain that equestrian lifestyle, we’re super open to them,” said the broker. “But it would be tragic to see it become a high-density development.”
Cherry Hills Village has regained its perch as king of the hill: topping the list of the highest-priced homes rankings for March with a French country-style house selling for $5.3 million last month.
The downhill skier that spun Spyder ski apparel is selling his five-acre Boulder estate.
The architect whose firm designed the white tent at Denver International Airport has put his apartment in the Four Seasons on the market for $4.75 million.
Cherry Creek’s newest condo project – 250 Columbine – might soon have a different, unofficial name: “CEO Row.”