Colorado World Resorts and its owners have a recent history of stalled projects, including a planned condo complex in Avon.
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Construction of 85,000 square feet of retail topped with about 380 units in five- to seven-story buildings could start in the spring.
Two homes in Greenwood Village and two in Denver each between $4.9 million and $6 million rounded out the top five.
Golub & Co. wants to build two apartment buildings on Denargo Street that could be as high as 16 stories and contain up to 800 units.
TM Grace Builders claims a 2020 lawsuit, combined with the pandemic, crushed the company. It has been sued several times since then.
Mainspring is just the third owner since it was built in 1928. The seller, nonprofit Women’s Bean Project, is moving to 1300 W. Alameda Ave.
Denver-based Focus Property Group, which developed an adjacent hotel, has owned the property for more than a decade.
Travis McAfoos, co-owner of Alchemy coworking, and Nava Real Estate Development are planning a five-story building with 150 units.
Michael Coors said his family expects to spend up to $1 billion on the largest redevelopment project in the city’s history and wants additional investors.
Students are owed $57,000 in security deposits, pipes are clogged, mattresses are soiled, and elevator problems remain, court records show.