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Marcus & Millichap Denver Participates in Habitat for Humanity

DENVER— On May 12, 13 employees of Marcus & Millichap’s Denver office, including Regional Manager Bob Kaplan, participated in a volunteer day benefiting Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. Sheridan Square will be the largest development in Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver’s history. Located …

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Townhomes Under Construction in Denver’s Observatory Park

DENVER — Construction is now underway on a luxury townhome development in Denver’s Observatory Park neighborhood. The Observatory Row townhomes will be comprised of 20 residences in five different buildings, ranging in size from 1,731 square feet up to 1,885 feet. LIV Sotherby’s agents Deviree Vallejo and Liz Richards of Denver …

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Topping Out: Eating Recovery Center in Lowry

DENVER — Construction of Colorado’s newest, state-of-the-art Eating Recovery Center in Denver reached its highest point last week. Located at 8199 East 1st Avenue, the facility is directly adjacent to six other locations and a half-mile from another in Denver’s Lowry district. Nationwide, more than 30 million people suffer from eating disorders such …

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McCarthy Recognized for Construction Health and Safety Excellence

DENVER — McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. — the oldest privately held national construction company in the country — was recently recognized for their participation in the Construction Health and Safety Excellence ( CHASE) Program at the Associated General Contractors of Colorado’s 2018 Safety and Environmental Awards. McCarthy was officially accepted into the program …

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Luxury Apartment Community Breaks Ground in West Wash Park

DENVER— A luxury apartment community in Denver’s Washington Park neighborhood recently broke ground. Mill Creek Residential, a leading multifamily investor and operator specializing in premier apartment communities across the U.S., is targeting an early 2020 completion. The community, located at 400 N. Grant Street just southeast of downtown, will feature 241 apartment homes and …

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RTA Architects Selected to Lead the Design of the New Southern Colorado Ronald McDonald House

COLORADO SPRINGS — RTA Architects, an award-winning Colorado Springs-based architectural and interior design firm, has been selected to lead the design of the new Southern Colorado Ronald McDonald House, which will be located on the corner of North Union Blvd. and Royal Pine Dr., in northern Colorado Springs on the same medical campus as …

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The Residence Inn by Marriott Denver City Center Completes $6.2M in Room Upgrades

DENVER – The Residence Inn by Marriott Denver City Center recently completed a $6.2 million dollar upgrade and modernization of its 228 spacious guest suites and guest corridors. Designed by Richmond, VA firm Baskervill, the Residence Inn by Marriott Denver City Center features a rich color palate of gold and grey with …

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Affordable Family Housing Opens in Boulder

BOULDER — Element Properties, with Pinkard Construction and Sopher Sparn Architects, celebrated the grand opening of SPARKwest, Element Properties’ 45-unit permanently affordable multifamily flats and townhomes project in Boulder. On Wednesday, May 9, grand opening festivities included a ribbon cutting and facility tours with remarks from Kurt Firnhaber, the City of Boulder’s deputy …

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Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel Unveils $15M Renovation

DENVER — Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel held a “Grand Re-Imagined Event” on Thursday, May 10, to unveil a $15 million renovation project that began in April 2017. The entire hotel has been renovated including all 400 guestrooms; 40,000 square feet of meeting spaces including the ballroom; lobby and public spaces; and an …

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City Council Votes to Curb Development of “Slot Homes”

DENVER — On Monday night, Denver City Council voted unanimously to approve major changes to the Denver Zoning Code that will curb the development of “slot homes” throughout Denver. Slot homes are thought by many to be boxy, multi-unit residential buildings, arranged perpendicular to the street that often feel disconnected and out …

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