Sam’s Automotive no longer operates, but still owns 8.5 acres that a lender wants to foreclose on.
Ouray Sportswear got a new owner earlier this year. Its real estate was purchased by a Boulder firm in 2022.
Two members of Englewood’s city council will face a recall election on Oct. 3, with a third also likely to go before voters after a protest period expires this week — all targeted by residents opposed to what they say is overly aggressive and dense development in this southern suburb.
AEG buys Englewood’s Gothic Theatre for $2 million, apartments near DU fetch $25 million, and an architecture firm leases a South Broadway office.
A recent legal filing also reveals the full extent of the financial problems of Holy Ground TIny Homes, a nonprofit run by a convicted fraudster.
The nonprofit Holy Ground Tiny Homes has left customers waiting years for homes it promised to deliver in months.
Holy Ground Tiny Homes owed $31,270 in back rent, court records show. The nonprofit’s plans for a tiny home village in Denver have faltered.
A Steamboat Springs tequila company and an Englewood popcorn producer were among companies that reported raising cash.
Buildings for $13.2 million at 4228 N. Kalamath St. in Denver and $9.6 million at 7801 S. Fairplay St. in Englewood are the week’s top building permits.
Holy Ground Tiny Homes, a nonprofit founded by a convicted fraudster, has taken their life savings and given them nothing, customers say.