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Brookfield Office Properties Acquires 1801 California Street for $215 Million

Brookfield Office Properties Acquires 1801 California Street for $215 Million

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Brookfield Office Properties Inc. acquired, as part of an investment consortium, the second tallest office tower in Denver. Located in the city’s central business district, 1801 California Street was bought for $215 million from PSEG Energy [...]…

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EFG Brownfield Partners Plan Mixed-Used Redevelopment of Former St. Anthony Central Hospital Site

EFG Brownfield Partners Plan Mixed-Used Redevelopment of Former St. Anthony Central Hospital Site

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The redevelopment of the former site of St. Anthony Central Hospital, which moved in June from West Denver to a new location in Lakewood, will be up for discussion in two west Denver neighborhoods, The Denver [...]…

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MIG Real Estate LLC Acquires 240-unit Multifamily Community; Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors Adds 1899 Wynkoop St. Office Tower to Portfolio

MIG Real Estate LLC Acquires 240-unit Multifamily Community; Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors Adds 1899 Wynkoop St. Office Tower to Portfolio

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor MIG Real Estate LLC, a Newport Beach, California-based real estate investment company, has acquired the multifamily community Rosemont Ridge at Lowry for $29.7 million. Located at 10000 East Alameda Avenue, on approximately 10 acres of land, [...]…

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KTGY Group and Mercy Housing to Build Eco-Friendly Affordable Housing in Stapleton

KTGY Group and Mercy Housing to Build Eco-Friendly Affordable Housing in Stapleton

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor KTGY Group Inc. has announced the construction of Bluff Lake Apartment Homes, a new eco-friendly residential community. The project will house 92 families with an income between 30 percent and 50 percent of the area median [...]…

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Construction of $800 Million VA Medical Center in Aurora Will Finally Start

Construction of $800 Million VA Medical Center in Aurora Will Finally Start

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Although the official groundbreaking for the VA Medical Center in Aurora took place back in 2009, construction has been delayed. But The Kansas City Business Journal reports that an agreement has just been reached between the [...]…

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Post Investment Group Announces Eagerly Awaited Residential Development at the Gardens on Havana

Post Investment Group Announces Eagerly Awaited Residential Development at the Gardens on Havana

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Four years have passed since the opening of The Gardens on Havana and the shopping district is finally seeing a plan emerge for a residential development. The Aurora Sentinel reports Post Investment Group, a Los Angeles [...]…

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Integral Real Estate Development Chosen as Master Developer for the Glendale Riverwalk Project

Integral Real Estate Development Chosen as Master Developer for the Glendale Riverwalk Project

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The City of Glendale has announced the selection of Integral Real Estate Development as the Master Developer for the Glendale Riverwalk Development Project. The city sought inspiration from the success of the San Antonio River Walk [...]…

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Roadblocks Looming for Massive Aurora Hospitality Project

Roadblocks Looming for Massive Aurora Hospitality Project

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Aurora dished out a massive incentive package to attract an $824 million investment into the confines of its city limits. But, as the chief of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. found out, trouble is imminent when [...]…

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Major Solar Power Project Brightens Colorado’s Future

Major Solar Power Project Brightens Colorado’s Future

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The sun is shining on Colorado’s side of the street, and it’s exactly what the centennial state needs now that it has won a massive new contract. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper announced that the state is [...]…

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High-Rise Club Building Switches Owners, Colorado Springs Ranch Set for Game Change

High-Rise Club Building Switches Owners, Colorado Springs Ranch Set for Game Change

Alex Girda, Associate Editor One of Denver’s high-rise buildings recently traded hands in a deal between former owners Cls Holdings Inc. and Dca Denver LLC and the current owner, an unnamed pension fund. The total amount of the transaction was undisclosed [...]…

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Housing Market Stalls, but Renters will See a ‘Silver Lining’

Housing Market Stalls, but Renters will See a ‘Silver Lining’

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Denver’s home market is far from the recovery everyone wants. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller Home Price Index released recently shows that prices in July stalled compared to June’s numbers. In fact, out of the 20 metro [...]…

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Residential Development to Spring Up Between Railroad Tracks; Former Qwest Building Will Soon be Up For Grabs

Residential Development to Spring Up Between Railroad Tracks; Former Qwest Building Will Soon be Up For Grabs

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Union Station is close to having its first high-rise residential project as a local development company has plans to kick off a $60 million investment. The developer, Zocalo Community Development, intends to break ground some time [...]…

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