A city official said Save Open Space Denver, which scored a win at the ballot box in November, doesn’t support the “prevailing vision” for the 155 acres.
Ratio has been in RiNo since 2014 and is known for hosting live punk rock music. It took over the former home of Declaration Brewing.
A 170,000-square-foot industrial building in Denver for $19.5 million was the week’s top sale and 392,000 square feet in Denver was the top lease.
“It is about safety in terms of no public drug use and reducing crime, and also moving people from the illegal encampments into shelter and drug treatment,” said an organizer.
The 22-story building was completed in 2010 by Denver-based Westfield, which sold it for $213 million in 2011 to last week’s seller Invesco.
The personal injury lawyer said he owed $786 for 2017, according to court documents. The IRS said he owed closer to $700,000.
“It was very un-Aspen and un-Vail,” said the interior designer of the vacation home built by a Bay Area couple on a 40-acre ranch in the Animas River Valley.
“I think that Denver actually does a really good job in terms of reviewing and processing projects,” he said when asked if the permitting process is slow.
The last deal for the building built in 1926 was in the 1970s. The new owners plan an interior renovation, but the exterior will remain the same.
A change of contractors for a $97.8 million condo project at 525 18th St. and a new building for $14.2 million at 2950 N. Brighton Blvd. in Denver were the week’s top building permits.