Downtown Denver: $4.4 billion and counting

POSTED BY JOHN REBCHOOK · JULY 1, 2016 Downtown Denver: $4.4 billion in developments. Downtown has added equivalent of 599 stories of new developments since 2011. Downtown Denver Partnership puts developments on the map. A historical snapshot by neighborhood of Denver development activity since 2011. Source: Downtown Denver Partnership. Downtown Denver had added the equivalent of […]

Japanese investor buys one of high country’s largest apartment complexes in Leadville

Developer Scott Bradley sold 162-unit Eagles Nest Apartments to Masayuki Tsukada for $13.5 million By JASON BLEVINS | jblevins@denverpost.com PUBLISHED: June 29, 2016 at 5:57 pm When Scott Bradley bought the 162-unit Eagles Nest Apartment complex in 2007, people raised their eyebrows: $3 million for a nearly 50-year-old complex in up-and-down Leadville that had seen […]

Denver now allows housing up to 30 stories in downtown’s next hot neighborhood

Arapahoe Square in northeast downtown is sea of parking lots, but soon could sprout towers up to 30 stories Anya Semenoff, The Denver Post 2020 Lawrence, a 10-story apartment building in the Arapahoe Square neighborhood, as photographed on December 4, 2015, in Denver, Colorado. In recent years the Arapahoe Square neighborhood has seen new apartment […]

Unico unveils plans for Denver Club Building’s $10 million facelift

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL – Unico Properties LLC has unveiled its plans for a previously announced $10 million improvement initiative at the Denver Club Building, a 24-story office tower downtown at 518 17th St. Seattle-based Unico bought the building in 2015 for $30 million, according to Denver County public records. The building sits on a site […]

STEM on tap at TAXI

POSTED BY JOHN REBCHOOK · JUNE 28, 2016 STEM program at TAXI. STEM program is a partnership with Zeppelin Development and the Denver Public Library. STEM program kicks off today. A unit in Zeppelin Development’s Freight Residences. Zeppelin Development is partnering with the Denver Public Library to bring interactive STEM programming to the family-friendly Freight Residences apartment […]

Denver Club Building to add bowling alley as part of $10M renovation Chapel built for Mamie Eisenhower will be turned into co-working space

By EMILIE RUSCH | erusch@denverpost.com June 27, 2016 In the downtown office building amenity race, fitness centers, co-working lounges, bike storage and outdoor terraces have become almost commonplace. But a bowling alley just for tenants? The owners of the Denver Club Building, 518 17th St.,  are hoping to throw a strike with companies in the market for a new office home. Seattle-based […]

New Golden Triangle apartment tower sells for $120 million, a record per-unit price

A 224-unit apartment building in Denver’s Golden Triangle district has sold for a record per-unit price even though it is far from being fully leased.   Click the link below! http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/blog/real_deals/2016/06/golden-triangle-apartment-tower-sells-for-120.html

Redeveloped corner at 11th and Pearl could be most expensive Boulder real estate ever

PearlWest, opening next month could fetch as much as $140M By SHAY CASTLE / DAILY CAMERA | castles@dailycamera.com http://www.denverpost.com/2016/06/13/redeveloped-corner-at-11th-and-pearl-could-be-most-expensive-boulder-real-estate-ever/ Downtown Boulder’s newest office building is gearing up to open next month, and almost before the dust has settled, the sale ofPearlWest is being discussed at a figure experts estimate could easily reach $140 million. At […]

Why Rent when you can buy Denver??

This Is How Much it Costs to Rent a One-Bedroom Apartment in 50 Major U.S. Cities Unsurprisingly, some of the most expensive rentals are in California. It won’t come as a shock that the cost of rent can be steep in cities such as New York and San Francisco. After all, a monthly bill in the […]

Denver housing market leads nation for appreciation. Denver is the top market since the housing boom last decade and since 1991.

By ALDO SVALDI | asvaldi@denverpost.com Metro Denver is leaving last decade’s housing bust in the rear view mirror faster than any other major metro area in the country, according to a new study from HSH.com. Home prices are now 49.1 percent above the old high they reached in the first quarter of 2006. That is the biggest increase from the prior decade’s […]