Houses in Parker, Littleton and Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood ranging from $5 million to $6.3 million also made the top five.
The restaurants will be the company’s first ground-up developments.
James Battaglia, who inherited a “permanent life membership” from his father Samuel, demands to be reinstated after being booted for not paying dues.
A 20-unit condo building in Littleton for $2.4 million and a residential alteration in Denver for $2 million are the week’s top building permits.
Five years after its groundbreaking, The Lodge at Ken Caryl remains unfinished and millions of dollars in debt.
Evergreen Devco asked a judge to reverse the council’s rejection of its development plan but the judge ruled the council had the discretion to do so.
The council OK’d cutting the mall’s retail space in half and adding 2,000 dwellings in November but 3,700 residents signed a petition objecting to the decision.
“The work from home culture has changed everything. That in turn changes where it makes the most sense to put a restaurant,” said Pete Newlin of opening in Littleton.
Brett Murphy bought a mostly vacant property at 2600 W. Main St. for $2.5 million and he hopes to attract various businesses after a renovation.
A state law allows municipalities to require income-restricted units in residential projects.