A single-family home and one-story medical office would be demolished to make way for 18 residential units a block west of Federal Boulevard.
Residential Real Estate
Mansion season is in full bloom, with two big-ticket properties hitting the market in Polo Club and Cherry Hills.
After more than a decade of selling homes in Denver, PorchLight Real Estate Group is taking its torch northwest.
After hitting the market last year, an English Tudor mansion in Country Club led residential sales in the metro area last month.
One of Denver’s highest-altitude residences has hit the market, and the price tag is up there too.
Two exclusive mansions – in Cheesman Park and Cherry Hills Village – have hit the market in recent weeks.
The developer of a neighborhood food hall has listed a 3,500-square-foot house on West 32nd Avenue.
A Nevada resident who’s earned more than $5 million playing cards anted up for the 17,000-square-foot mansion.
The property backs up to the golf course and features a waterfall and brook.
The sprawling mountain residence features stone from Oklahoma quarries and a snow-melting courtyard.