Sixteen neighbors tried to block development near their gated golf course community.
Killmer Lane & Newman claims it is owed 32 percent of Sheneen McClain’s settlement. McClain says KLN deserves nothing.
Killmer Lane & Newman defended its work on the wrongful death case and said it deserves to be paid for it.
Centennial apartments fetch $115 million, a gym leases at Stanley Marketplace, and Cap Hill retail space sells for $3.6 million.
The buyer, GM Development, has already brought new life to a condemned hostel in Uptown and a shuttered funeral home in Berkeley.
A Golden office sells for $33 million, new Cap Hill apartments fetch $21 million and an investment bank moves into 1144 Fifteenth.
An alteration for $33.8 million at 1158 N. Delaware St. in Denver and an apartment building for $20.9 million at 3500 S. Walden St. in Aurora are the week’s top building permits.
The retailer bought 75 acres in Aurora for $22 million and will spend a total of $172 million on the 919,000-square-foot facility.
If finalized, it will allow Oakwood Homes to break ground on the 1,700-home Prairie Point protected from the mayor’s proposed crackdown on water use.
A downtown Golden building sells, a Globeville industrial property changes hands and Aurora apartments have a new owner.