Evergreen Devco to develop Dry Creek Commons center

Evergreen Devco Inc. is set to start work next month on Dry Creek Commons, a Thornton retail development – adding to the “significant” development activity occurring in the city. 

Jennifer Hayes

April 22, 2019

Dunton Commercial buys Huron Plaza retail center

A Save-A-Lot grocery store anchors the center, which was 63 percent occupied at the time of its sale. 

Jennifer Hayes

April 7, 2019

Ridge at Thornton Station sells for $71.9M

Waterton, according to Adams County public records, paid $71.9 million for the 280-unit garden apartment community, which was sold by Real Capital Solutions. 

Jennifer Hayes

November 11, 2018
Wheat Ridge

3 suburban submarkets poised for rent growth

The cost of construction continues to climb around the Denver metro area, constraining development of for-sale housing and limiting most new apartment construction to the luxury space. The overall housing shortage

CREJ

August 13, 2018
thornton garage

PCL Construction continues partnership with RTD on new Thornton parking garage

As part of the Regional Transportation District’s FasTracks program, PCL Construction Services Inc. has begun construction of a new parking garage at the Thornton Crossroads-104th Station on the North Metro Rail Line. The 18.5-mile commuter rail line will run from Denver Union Station through Commerce City, Northglenn and Thornton.

Kris Oppermann Stern

July 29, 2018

Private investor pays $7.45 million for Thornton retail center

At the time of sale, Colorado Marketplace was 97 percent leased to 17 tenants, including O’Reilly Auto Parts, Papa Murphy’s Pizza, H&R Block, Great Clips and Metro PCS. 

Jennifer Hayes

July 9, 2018

Pathfinder Partners pads portfolio with purchase

Pathfinder plans to renovate and rebrand the community as The Hadley Apartments as well as upgrade the amenity package.

Jennifer Hayes

December 10, 2017

Partnership pays $121.6M for Parkhouse

Starlight Investments, a Toronto-based privately held, full-service real estate investment and asset management company, with Canadian pension funds Public Sector Pension Investment Board and Alberta Investment Management Corp., purchased the 465-unit community at 14310 Grant St.

Jennifer Hayes

October 30, 2017