The host of reality TV show “Raise the Roof” has replied to a lawsuit by homebuyers saying they purchased his West Wash Park fix-and-flip only to find that the renovation was too good to be true.
Residential Real Estate
The last residents have checked out of an old Broadway motel, as homebuyers start inking deals for a permanent stay in Platt Park.
The 13,700-square-foot home, less than five miles northwest of downtown Aspen, was sold Feb. 1.
A defensive end for the New Orleans Saints is taking up residence in Colorado, with an Evergreen estate that sprawls over 32 acres.
With trade rumors swirling as the NHL trading deadline nears, Colorado Avalanche captain Gabe Landeskog has already found a new home.
The sixth-biggest residential brokerage in the land has added to its reign.
The rectangular, stucco house sits in a neighborhood whose highest-priced real estate skews toward more traditional stylings.
The 11,500-square-foot ski-in, ski-out property has been on the market since September 2014.
The company plans to gut the 19th-century building and turn it into an office that can retain, and even generate, as much energy as possible.
“The location we think is just dynamite,” Trailbreak CEO Doug Elenowitz said. “There’s not a whole lot of waterfront real estate in Denver.”