Mixed-use

Tenants plan for July move-in at new Erie development

Construction on a multitenant mixed-use development in Erie will finish this month with tenants moving in by the end of the month. The development by Bruce Wolski of Wolski Building & Development at 615 Briggs St. will bring a mixture of new retail, restaurant and office tenants to Erie’s historic downtown. Victoria Meyer and her […]

Jenna Walters

July 7, 2020

BMC Investments underway with its 240 St. Paul mixed-use project

GE Johnson has broken ground on 240 St. Paul Street in Cherry Creek North for developer BMC Investments. The building previously on the property was demolished to make way for a new 76,000-square-foot, six-story commercial building. A “world-class” fitness club will anchor the new building, taking 33,000 sf on the first three floors.

Kris Oppermann Stern

June 29, 2020

Residential, retail development slated for Eagle County parcel

A Chicago-based developer made its entry into the Colorado market with its purchase of a more-than-74-acre land parcel in Eagle County. The buyer paid $2.58 million – above the $2.5 million list price – for the Tower Center, a 74.08-acre parcel at 11150 U.S. Highway 6 in Gypsum. A Kansas City-based developer sold the property, which had seen a significant amount of interest recently.

Jennifer Hayes

June 15, 2020

AMLI plans 300-plus-unit community at the heart of Broadway Park area

AMLI Residential acquired a 2.68-acre parcel along South Broadway where its planning a 300-unit-plus apartment community. AMLI purchased the site at the heart of Broadway Park – a mixed-use infill redevelopment totaling 75 acres and entitled up for up to 10 million square feet of future development. AMLI plans a 300-plus-unit multifamily property on the […]

Jennifer Hayes

May 4, 2020

Santa Fe Yards at Broadway Station: Build-to-suit offices, residential planned

This is the idea behind one of Denver’s newest mixed-use developments, Broadway Station. Located at the former Gates Rubber Co. plant site, the 41-acre development is advantageously located at the intersection of Interstate 25, Santa Fe Drive and South Broadway at Denver’s second busiest RTD light-rail stop and bus station.

Building Dialogue

March 22, 2020

Rooted in industrial, Great Western park will branch out

Great Western Industrial Park is rooted in bringing big-name industrial users to Windsor, but it will be branching out just a bit. “There’s been so much growth in Northern Colorado that this is becoming a more desirable, more populated area, and we have room to add services here that we couldn’t have done before,” said…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

February 22, 2020

KTGY designs Downtown Superior’s Main Street, being constructed by CFC

Downtown Superior’s Main Street, a walkable mixed-use development being developed by Ranch Capital and Morgan Holdings in Boulder County, is set to add a mixed-use component. It is being designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning and will be built by Colorado First Construction.

Kris Oppermann Stern

February 17, 2020

New owner arrives at Parker Station

A new owner has arrived at Parker Station, the most prominent office/retail building in Old Town Parker. Mountain Elk Ridge LLC and CAIS Futures LLC, a local partnership of private investors, paid $18.5 million, or $247.97 per square foot, for the three-story office/retail building. The 74,607-sf building is located at 19751 E. Mainstreet, in the…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

September 30, 2019

Brick-and-timber building in LoDo neighborhood sells for $6.43M

A three-story office/retail building in Lower Downtown Denver fetched $418 per square foot in a sale to California buyers. JHB Properties LLC and WSJ Associates LLC bought 1925 Blake St. for $6.43 million. Webb Properties LLC was the seller. The 15,375-sf, brick-and-timber building is a half-block from Coors Field. Built as a warehouse in 1890,…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

September 15, 2019

Bowles Crossing to get new tenants, look

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Jennifer Hayes

August 30, 2019