A growing Denver apartment firm grabbed up another downtown apartment complex for $3 million.
A year after cashing out on a major Cherry Creek office building, a West Coast developer is buying back into the neighborhood. Seattle-based Schnitzer West bought 0.3 acres near Fillmore Street and 2nd Avenue this month for $4.88 million. The deal closed on Jan. 1, city records show. The property includes a retail strip at… Read more »
The residential construction boom in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood has now hit Federal Boulevard.
A Denver company that tricks out Jeeps is switching gears and has started manufacturing its parts with new high-tech equipment.
With a general contractor lined up, a Denver art museum is months away from beginning work on its new eight-figure home base.
Another Boulder-based beer brand is close to launching, but its starting off without its own brewery space.
Sears is closing its Cherry Creek store after 60 years in business and liquidating the merchandise starting Jan. 23.
As rents climb for retail space around Denver, a South Broadway shop has decided not to bring its expired lease back to life.
A LoDo-based firm is continuing to shake up its highest ranks and has announced a new CFO.
In the doghouse with the county for zoning violations, a bar and dog park is working to repay legal fees and open a new location outside of Denver.