Several plaintiffs sue contractors over shoddy or unfinished work, and two contractors claim to be owed $2.5 million for unpaid work.
The buyer called the Colorado Horse Park “a refuge in a sea of new homes and a connection to the Douglas County rural past.”
New buildings for $13.7 million at 13939 Ancestry Drive in Douglas County and $7.5 million at 1010 W. Colfax Ave. in Denver are the week’s top building permits.
The Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association claims that the department and Arapahoe, Adams and Douglas counties need to pay $50 million to break away.
Landlords sue for rent owed, equipment providers want leases paid and contractors seek mechanic’s lien foreclosures.
This week’s plaintiffs claim they are owed for defaults on equipment and property leases and failures to pay for construction materials and renovation work.
A deceased man’s estate says fraudulent quit claim deeds were recorded for seven properties, plus several contractors claim they were stiffed.