Douglas County buys a Castle Rock hotel, and office buildings in Denver’s Central Park and Westminster change hands.
A Vietnamese restaurant is planned as a Broadway building sells, plus apartments change hands in Wheat Ridge and Westminster.
A Golden office sells for $33 million, new Cap Hill apartments fetch $21 million and an investment bank moves into 1144 Fifteenth.
The popular local bookstore chain owes a construction company $123,000, that company claims. They appear to be close to a settlement.
“If the trucks are making good food and money, we’re happy,” said Blake Sanchez, co-owner of Run Westy Run.
Rep Fitness saw its revenue skyrocket during the pandemic, but “there’s a lot of other ways we can grow that don’t rely on COVID,” said a co-founder.
The open-air shopping mall, which has about 1.2 million square feet, last sold in 2013 for $124 million.
A state law allows municipalities to require income-restricted units in residential projects.
The takeout locations will be in Glendale and Longmont, and the sit-down eateries will open in Central Park and Westminster.
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