Sage Hospitality Group’s Rally Hotel at McGregor Square set to open in spring
Sage Hospitality Group announced that The Rally Hotel is set to open in early spring. Part of the McGregor Square development in the heart of Denver’s Lower Downtown’s neighborhood between Wynkoop, Wazee, 19th and 20th streets, the Rally Hotel was designed by Stantec and is being built by Hensel Phelps.
Kris Oppermann SternDecember 14, 2020
Market Station: Creating a Community, Not Just a Place
For most of 2020, COVID-19 cut off the lifelines of our center city. Conventions were canceled, business travelers were grounded, and most offices were under stay-at-home protocols. While people rediscovered their back yards and turned spare bedrooms into makeshift offices, those involved in construction kept making the trek downtown every day to complete several large new projects, which were well underway when the pandemic took hold. Some large surprises will greet people when restrictions are finally lifted.
Building DialogueDecember 14, 2020
Downtown office asset sells for $14M
The historic Peters Paper Building in downtown Denver is under new local ownership following its $14.75 million sale. Paper Building LLC purchased the 49,316-square foot, Class B office building at […]
Jenna WaltersDecember 14, 2020
Managed homesharing coming to Union Denver apartments
A Denver-based firm founded last year to create a new type of urban residential model made its first acquisition with the purchase of Union Denver. The firm, daydream apartments, purchased the 13-story, 579-unit property at 1770 Chestnut Place. The sales price for the three-tower property, anchored by Whole Foods Market, which covers a full city…
Jennifer HayesJune 8, 2019
Tech migration drives upper downtown resurgence
SendGrid is well known as a unicorn in the world of tech IPOs: the email delivery company is profitable, steadily growing its customer base and headquartered in Colorado. Back in 2016, SendGrid also was seen as
CREJJune 18, 2018
Rising lease rates: How are office tenants reacting?
The Mile High City's growth undoubtedly is something to be celebrated. Once viewed as a second-tier city, Denver has become a recognized and respected competitor for business and leisure among major cities in the U.S.,
CREJMarch 26, 2018