ENR Mountain States Names Colorado’s Best Projects
DENVER — For the 17th year, ENR Mountain States announced the winners of its 2017 Best Projects competition across a seven-state region, which includes Utah, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota. Projects will be covered in more detail in the October issue of ENR Mountain States, and... Read more
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
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
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
National Hotel Chain Moving HQ to Denver
View here This month Red Lion Hotels Corp. (NYSE: RLH), formerly of Spokane, Washington, is moving its corporate headquarters to 1550 Market St. in Denver. “As a growing hospitality company with a hotel network that extends throughout the United States and Canada, the company’s management believes having the headquarters in... Read more
Has Denver’s City Permit Process Improved?
View here According to the Denver Business Journal’s Cover Story, restaurateurs and home builders have mixed feelings as to whether changes implemented to Denver’s planning and permitting processes in the past two years, have improved the process of opening a business in the city. Read more
Dairy Block Earns LEED Gold Certification
DENVER – Dairy Block – Denver’s newest micro-district in the heart of Lower Downtown – is pleased to announce that it has been awarded LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for the newly constructed buildings now open in the redevelopment project. Developed by McWHINNEY, Sage Hospitality and... Read more
Film Production Center to Anchor 70-Acre Development in Douglas County
View here Redbarre, a 22-year-old Denver company, will formerly announce Friday plans to build a high-tech sound stage and film production center, to anchor a 70-acre development in northern Douglas County. The town of Parker and Panasonic’s smart city technologies business are partners in the project. According to Rebarre, project plans call... Read more
Cherry Creek North Under Construction
View here With eight major developments currently underway in Cherry Creek North, the premier shopping district is set to become even more exclusive. It will also boast Denver’s highest rents for retail, office and luxury living. But the construction, looming cranes, and blocked-off roads and parking meters has many people... Read more
Building on Old South Pearl Street Avoids Demolition
DENVER – The building at 1551 S Pearl Street, formerly known as Gaia restaurant, is now for sale by its owner, Patrick Finney of FINN Real Estate.  “The building was slated to be demolished, and a modern, Coworking Space was to go up,” a Finney representative wrote in an email statement to... Read more