The developer paid $6 million for the 0.71-acre property in 2019, and planned to build an eight-story, 200,000-square-foot building before the pandemic hit.
The one at 1441 29th St. is leased but the former home of a coworking space for cannabis companies at 2901 Walnut St. was vacant when it sold.
With several new office buildings planned, 2022 might be a bit busier for groundbreakings.
John Madden now owns just one of the DTC buildings he developed, at 5700 S. Quebec St., where he lives part of the year in a penthouse he listed for $6.7 million.
The seller bought the 121,000-square-foot Orchard Pointe in Greenwood Village for $15.6 million in 2018.
The construction firm has proposed five stories with 59,100 rentable square feet but expects to keep the majority of the space for its own office.
The owners of the 14-story Petroleum Building, which opened in 1957 at 110 16th St., submitted a concept plan to the city.
Denver’s latest skyscraper landed a second law firm. Meanwhile, the mixed-use project across from Coors Field is filling up.
“Our objective was never to own a 100 percent spec building,” said developer Ed Haselden, who unloaded the five-story building after WeWork backed out of its lease.