Sushi Den Owner Purchases Former Gaia Bistro for Possible New Construction
DENVER – FINN Real Estate and its owner Patrick Finney, recently confirmed the sale of 1551 S Pearl Street, formerly Gaia Bistro. The transaction closed on Friday August 11, 2017. The 6,250-square-foot property was sold to Toshihiro Kizaki, owner of the popular Sushi Den restaurant, for $1.3 Million. The adjoining parcel at 1545 S Pearl remains for... Read more
Denver Art Museum to Begin $150M North Building Project in November
DENVER – After five years of planning, design work and fundraising, including inclusion in the General Obligation Bond up for approval by Denver voters this fall, the Denver Art Museum (DAM) today announced it will begin preparations for the North Building renovation work on Nov. 20, 2017. The North Building... Read more
Pinkard Construction Celebrates Opening of Red Rocks Student Recreation Center
Lakewood, CO — Pinkard Construction Company celebrated the grand opening of Red Rocks Community College (RRCC)’s new Student Recreation Center. The 38,000 gsf project, designed by Davis Partnership Architects, includes the construction of a new student recreation center addition to the main building at the Lakewood campus, and 3,000 gsf of renovations... Read more
RiNo Office Space Expected to Double in 5 Years
View here According to CBRE Group, RiNo’s office space has increased by as much as 85 percent since 2008 — 785,87-square-feet of office space, compared to 425,458-square-feet a decade ago. That number is expected to double in the next five years, with 800,000-square-feet currently under construction or in the planning stages.... Read more
Amazon Coming to Crossroads Commerce Park
View here Amazon are moving into Crossroads Commerce Park in Adams County. Dallas-based Trammell Crow built the 1 million square feet of industrial space on 77 acres, near the prime interchange of Interstates 25 and 70. Amazon announced earlier this year that they will offer same-day grocery delivery in Denver.... Read more
Madrid-Based Ferrovial May Lead DIA Terminal Renovation
View here The Madrid-based conglomerate Ferrovial — a leading infrastructure and services operator — may lead the $1.8 billion terminal renovation at DIA, if the City Council approves a partnership contract at tonight’s meeting. Ferrovial — whose airport operator is leading a team of equity and construction partners in a proposed 34-year arrangement at DIA... Read more
Glendale 180 Development Back on Track
View here The development of a large entertainment complex to be built in Glendale — that previously met some legal resistance —  is in negotiations with a Dallas-based developer to be built.  On Tuesday, City leaders voted 6-0 to start negotiations with the developer to build the project. The... Read more
Weitz Completes Denver’s Only Immunocompromised Patient Recovery Center
DENVER – The Weitz Company, a national general contractor, design-builder and construction manager that serves all 50 U.S. states, has completed phase two of the only Children’s Hospital Colorado-approved, safe-clean housing facility for immunocompromised patients and their families. Originally called Brent’s Place Too but later named in honor of a former patient, Tanner’s... Read more
RiNo’s First & Only Hotel Celebrates Topping Out
DENVER – Approximately 200 people gathered this past Friday, August 4th to celebrate the topping out of Denver’s Source Hotel Project.  Located in the River North Art District (RiNo), the Source Hotel will be the neighborhood’s only hotel, and will complement the existing Source Marketplace. The event is a common one... Read more
Denver’s Mariposa District Celebrates Completion of Apartment Units
View here Denver’s Mariposa District development is celebrating the completion of its apartment units. The Denver Housing Authority (DHA) is redeveloping the existing distressed public housing to provide Denver residents with affordable and market-rate living options that offer easy access to the nearby 10th and Osage light rail station. Three more... Read more