Former Rockies star Troy Tulowitzki is going to market with his glass-enclosed penthouse.
Residential Real Estate
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.
A condominium in one of the few church-turned-residences in Denver went on sale last week for $1.8 million.
The Denver native’s home buy was the neighborhood’s highest in 30 years.
The Versailles of Evergreen has thudded onto the market, boasting 20,000 square feet on 35 acres and adorned with columns and statues.
For the second time in 2016, a condominium from the recently-completed 250 Columbine St. project in Cherry Creek is the highest-priced home to change hands in a month.
After 2.5 years of renovations, a local couple has listed the 1906 home for five times what they paid in 2011.
A Colorado castle that has hosted a coal baron and a crook, a Rockefeller and a Roosevelt will go to auction in October.