“They’re a big organization, so they probably see things and are able to fix things we’re unable to,” said Bonanno, who opened it in 2018.
Expansive differs from most other coworking companies in that it owns its real estate.
The lender will close its branch at 1400 Wewatta in late October.
The latest litigation surrounding the building near Union Station is sarcastic at times, claiming “near-poltergeist levels of flooding” inside.
Thierry Rignol bought the LoDo property for $6.3 million in August and originally hoped to reopen it within weeks.
The four-story, 18-room hotel and nightclub has been closed since the pandemic began but two people were shot inside in May.
Shorenstein’s lawsuit in Denver District Court alleges Saunders used the wrong materials when it built The Grand’s water systems, leading to 33 leaks and “large-scale floods.”
Francois Safieddine, the restaurateur also behind My Neighbor Felix and the upcoming Wonderyard, said he’s planning a new concept for the location.
“Diversifying in suburban areas outside of Denver seemed like the right move,” said co-owner James Blanchard.
The proposals call for an eight-story, 125-unit hotel at 1709 Blake St. and a 12-story, 89-unit “apart-hotel” at 1480 Wewatta St.