A turn-of-the-century mansion built by a Denver businessman and beer baron is on the market in Capitol Hill.
Residential Real Estate
A major subsidized housing landlord added another 120 units to its Denver portfolio this month.
The 5,300-square-foot home made to order in 2001 for Chipotle founder Steve Ells was the highest-priced Denver area home to sell in December.
A startup residential brokerage that’s battling the sacrosanct home sale commission structure has raised another $4 million for its war chest.
A month after moving into an $800,000 West Wash Park flip, homeowners discovered mold in the basement. After seeing the seller on TV discuss the house’s history of flooding, they sued to get their money back.
Defying local real estate skeptics, the rent keeps marching upward.
The year in home sales sought big spenders, especially in Cherry Hills Village, with the Denver metro area’s highest-priced residential properties reaching upwards of $7 million.
The first big piece of the St. Anthony’s redevelopment in Sloan’s Lake is already on its second owner after a nine-figure sale this week.
Yours for $28.5 million: a 24,000-square-foot mansion on 350 acres that took Starz founder John J. Sie seven years to build.
As pricy new homes and apartments pop up around the Highlands, a developer thinks he sees a big hole in the market for cheaper rentals.