The owner of the Nuggets and Avalanche has raised the prospect of altering a view plane to allow up to five million more square feet of development.
Sports and Recreation
The billionaire owner of Denver’s NBA and NHL teams is already behind The River Mile, an adjacent 62-acre redevelopment project.
The new quarterback of the Denver Broncos bought a four-bedroom, 12-bathroom house with an indoor swimming pool and basketball court.
Inspirato will pay $250,000 each for the men’s and women’s tournaments. The champions will take home $100,000, double last year’s prize for the women’s open winner.
Villa Quattro Viste at 1000 E. Oxford Lane was built in 1925. Former PGA champion David Duval paid $12.4 million for it in 2005.
A parking lot can become a building up to eight stories, but a deal limits the height to 102 feet and requires that the stadium’s field not be visible from the upper floors.
The Korn Ferry Tour’s Colorado tournament has a new name. And boasts the longest par 5 in professional golf.
The 2.1-acre site where the 237-unit project is planned is currently home to industrial buildings, a martial arts school and Japanese restaurant Domo.
The former CEO of USA Table Tennis was dismayed by a lack of clubs in Denver, so he opened DenverPong. It has seven tables and costs $15 for unlimited play.
A married couple of real estate agents were ousted for, among other things, allegedly blasting music from a golf cart and behaving inappropriately during a massage.