N.Y. hotelier nabs historic Uptown school for $7M

BURL ROLETT DECEMBER 13, 2016 Cathedral High School was built in 1921 and remained open until 1982. (Burl Rolett) A New York developer now has the keys to a century-old Uptown school building. An entity headed by Shift Workspaces owner Grant Barnhill sold the former Cathedral High School in Uptown to a New York-based hotelier. The […]

Townhome developer to bring a little ‘Cherry Creek’ to Golden Triangle

BURL ROLETT DECEMBER 6, 2016 Moonstar bought the quarter-acre site at 990 Acoma St. for $1.65 million. (Burl Rolett) Twenty-one new homes are coming to the Golden Triangle. Moonstar Investments is planning new homes in the Golden Triangle, ranging from $600,000 units to $1.1 million duplexes measuring about 2,400 square feet at 10th Avenue and Acoma […]

Four Seasons Resort and Residences in Vail sells for $121M

By EMILIE RUSCH | erusch@denverpost.com PUBLISHED: November 30, 2016 Image courtesy of CBRE The 134-room Four Seasons Resort and Residences in Vail sold for a record $121 million to a joint venture between New York-based Extell Development Company and Chinese firm Parkland Holdings. Vail’s Four Seasons Resort and Residences has traded hands for $121 million — just […]

New winery taking shape in RiNo

BURL ROLETT NOVEMBER 28, 2016 Bigsby’s Folly will open next spring near the corner of 36th and Wazee streets in RiNo. (Burl Rolett) RiNo might not be Napa Valley. But that’s the point for a Denver couple working on a new winery in the fast growing neighborhood. Chad and Marla Yetka plan to launch Bigsby’s […]

Home News Advertise About Us Search here.. East West digs in on Union Station condo tower; $95M in building permits

BURL ROLETT NOVEMBER 22, 2016 The Coloradan apartment building is underway on a 1-acre plot north of Union Station. (Burl Rolett) The biggest condo project underway in Denver now has nine figures worth of building permits in hand as it prepares to come out of the ground. East West Partners pulled about $95 million worth […]

Thanksgiving time to reflect on home market

POSTED BY JOHN REBCHOOK · NOVEMBER 23, 2016 Thanksgiving  is a time to reflect on the healthy home market. Lane Hornung traditionally uses this Q&A as a time to reflect on the housing market. Homeowners and even home buyers, have plenty to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Lane Hornung uses Thanksgiving as a time to reflect on […]

RiNo Denver: “Where Art Is Made” Draws More Than Art, It Draws a Crowd

River North Art District, more affectionately known as RiNo, is the veritable hub of creative arts in the city of Denver. With more than a dozen major art galleries, and several smaller creative studios and work spaces, this up and coming neighborhood epitomizes its motto: “Where Art Is Made.” But don’t be fooled; RiNo isn’t […]

Bed Bath & Beyond swapping Cherry Creek for Glendale

Home goods retailer will relocate to Glendale from Cherry Creek Shopping Center “late next year,” a spokeswoman said By EMILIE RUSCH | erusch@denverpost.com November 18, 2016 Bed Bath & Beyond is trading in its Cherry Creek digs for a former Sports Authority location just down the street in Glendale. The New Jersey-based home goods retailer on […]

$37.5 million office tower coming to Cherry Creek North

Updated Nov 16, 2016,  by Molly Armbrister Denver-based developer BMC Investments and Bow River Capital Partners will build an eight-story, 70,000-square-foot office building with 5,000 square feet of retail at Second Avenue and Detroit Street in Cherry Creek North. The project will cost an estimated $37.5 million. The two companies purchased a building at 2727 E. […]

LoDo sushi spot closes; building sold for $2.2M

BURL ROLETT NOVEMBER 15, 2016 Aoba Sushi has closed its doors at 1250 Blake St. in LoDo. (Burl Rolett) LoDo is down a sushi spot, but a development firm swooped in and rolled up the real estate with an eye on a new concept. Denver-based Sognare Partners bought the former Aoba Sushi restaurant building at […]