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.
Residential Real Estate
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.
The man who built Thomas the Tank Engine into a toy empire is selling his custom-built, 142-acre Vail Valley estate.
The sale of 333 Milwaukee St. was also the priciest in Cherry Creek in the last decade.
Former Rockies star Troy Tulowitzki is going to market with his glass-enclosed penthouse.
In its first sale in nearly 25 years, a southeast Denver apartment complex traded for more than 10 times its last price tag last week.
The owners of The Hotel Denver in Glenwood Springs now have a second historic property in their portfolio: a Colorado castle built by a coal baron.
October brought a pair of $3 million home sales to Denver, but just northwest of the city a Boulder estate topped the charts by trading for nearly $6 million.