210 University last sold for $38.8 million in 2007, and was marketed by JLL as a redevelopment opportunity.
Westside Investment Partners would build thousands of residential units on the 155-acre property if voters agree to it.
What started as a wholesale coffee business will open its third coffee shop and the owners plan to add two more in Baker and Wheat Ridge.
The Museum of Illusions will take over the retail space where an Ann Taylor Loft store previously operated.
Denver spent 14 months deciding the fate of Avondale Liquors. The store is now required to have security guards on weekend nights.
Byron Weiss, an 82-year-old who has owned the property for three decades and seen five previous deals fall through, hopes the sixth time’s the charm.
Jackson Hole-based New West Knifeworks, which makes high-end chef knives, chose Denver to get its first cut of a big city market.
The apparel retailer is bailing on its store within the downtown Denver Pavilions mall, which is owned by Gart Properties.
It will be the first standalone location for Right Cream, which has been selling 400 pints a week for $13 each at the Dairy Block in LoDo.
“Our current space is situated in an old house and has a bunch of stairs in it. So, we’re ready to be done lugging bikes up and down stairs all day.”