Workplace Elements paid $7.8 million last week for 2495 Blake St.
Scottsdale, Arizona-based Solterra Senior Living hopes to break ground on a seven-story project near Alameda Avenue and Colorado Boulevard this year.
Vukota Capital Management originally was scheduled to develop the five-story, 171-unit complex.
Golden Moon founder Steve Gould: “We’re selling every drop we make — we literally don’t have the capacity.”
Edens purchased the building from developer Ken Wolf and associates last April for $11.5 million.
Caleb Carr said his company’s mission was prompted by the death of a friend on an Oregon mountain in 2009.
“While we had exercised our option to renew our lease for an additional three years, our landlords have elected to take another route,” the business said on Facebook.
The addition will nearly double the size of 50,000-square-foot DeSmet Hall.
Mass Equities and AECOM Capital also have released a new rendering for their project in the 2900 and 3000 block of Brighton Boulevard.
Elevation Development Group purchased three parcels in two deals, paying a combined $193 a square foot.