Sam’s Automotive no longer operates, but still owns 8.5 acres that a lender wants to foreclose on.
TriStar Drywall, founded in 1989, did $13.6 million in revenue in 2022, but is on pace to do much less this year.
Colorado Home Fitness opened in 2009 and had three stores in the Denver area until last year. Now it’s $1.7 million in debt.
The owner of Uptown 240’s debt says its real estate is worth $11.4 million, not the $27 million claimed by the project’s developers.
The seller, who bought the site for $2.1 million in 2018 and spoke of building a 1,000-home, amphitheater-anchored community, ended up filing for Chapter 11.
“We owed a lot of money,” said Periodic Brewing founder Chris Labbe, who blamed the pandemic-induced closures of its taprooms.