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Fri, Oct 27, 2017
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Whether designing a new building or modifying an existing structure, health care projects require in-depth knowledge and expertise to stay current with ever-changing modifications in building codes and health care standards. The post Electrical design considerations for today, tomorrow and the future appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Sat, Oct 21, 2017
Colorado Real Estate Journal
Valley Plaza was 100 percent leased at the time of sale to tenants including Petco, Payless Shoesource, GameStop, a dry cleaner and coffee shop, among others. The post Buyer bags Aurora Valley Plaza center for $8.43 million appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Sat, Oct 21, 2017
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Kristi Pollard was named as president and CEO of the Jefferson County Economic Development Corp. The post Pollard joins Jeffco EDC appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Sat, Oct 21, 2017
Colorado Real Estate Journal
Red Sauce will evoke American-Italian nostalgia. The post Jon Robbins Is Opening an Italian-American Restaurant in Park Hill appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Fri, Oct 20, 2017
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Panorama of Wellington Apartments
Since the project’s announcement back in June, the Wellington Apartment’s project site has been busy with construction activities. Located between West 14th and West Colfax Avenue along Osage Street, the 253-unit apartment project is a bit different than your typical rental project as it will feature a co-housing concept. For more details on this, head on over to our initial announcement post. Let’s start out the first update with a panorama of the project site. Excavation is still underway and the first concrete columns are starting to go vertical. As you can see in the first photo, the Wellington Apartments sit right outside the Auraria Campus and Downtown Denver. Renters facing the north will experience great views of both these areas. The north end of the project is where all the vertical action is taking place as the underground floor is already starting to get capped off. This unique rental project still has a long ways to go, but it is nice to see an empty field so close to Downtown Denver finally get developed. var map_fusion_map_59ea6d0c7dccc; var markers = []; var counter = 0; function fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59ea6d0c7dccc() { jQuery('#fusion_map_59ea6d0c7dccc').fusion_maps({ addresses: [{"address":"39.739630,-105.005847","infobox_content":"Wellington Apartments","coordinates":true,"latitude":"39.739630","longitude":"-105.005847","cache":false}], animations: false, infobox_background_color: '#ffffff', infobox_styling: 'custom', infobox_text_color: '#000000', map_style: 'custom', map_type: 'satellite', marker_icon: '', overlay_color: '', overlay_color_hsl: {"hue":0,"sat":0,"lum":100}, pan_control: true, show_address: true, scale_control: true, scrollwheel: false, zoom: 18, zoom_control: true, }); } google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59ea6d0c7dccc);
Fri, Oct 20, 2017
Infill Denver
Emelise Muñoz captivates crowds in Denver—and across the country—with some serious pipes and a bit of charisma. The post This 11-Year-Old Might be Country Music’s Next Big Star appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Fri, Oct 20, 2017
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The owner of City O‘ City and Make, Believe Bakery has given the beloved Bonnie Brae watering hole an update. The post Opening Alert: The Campus Lounge appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Fri, Oct 20, 2017
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The post ColRich closes on fifth apartment within a 1-mile radius in southeast Denver appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Fri, Oct 20, 2017
Colorado Real Estate Journal
19th and Grant Hotel site on aerial photo, courtesy of Google Earth
A very exciting new development is coming to Denver’s Uptown district that will not only eradicate an ugly surface parking lot, but will also restore two historic buildings! Proposed by New York City-based GFI Development Company, the 19th and Grant Hotel project will restore and reuse both the historic Cathedral High School building at 1840 Grant and the Oscar Malo Memorial Hall building at 1835 Logan, while constructing a new 11-story tower at the corner of 19th Avenue and Logan Street. The new tower and the historic school on Grant will accommodate the hotel rooms and supporting uses while the historic Malo Hall on Logan (built as a gymnasium) will feature a unique amenity space. The number of hotel rooms has not been announced. The Google Earth aerial photo below shows the location of the two historic buildings and the vacant lot. For an additional look at the site, here are six Google Street View images. The first set of three images covers the Grant Street half of the site, which includes the Spanish Renaissance Revival architecture of the historic Cathedral High School. The second set of images shows the Logan Street half of the site, which features the surface parking lot and the late Renaissance Revival architecture of the historic Oscar Malo Memorial Hall building. For more on these historic properties, their history and architecture, and the previous attempts at their possible redevelopment, please read this excellent article by Historic Denver, which worked hard a few years ago to ensure these properties would be preserved as part of any redevelopment project. Thanks to Rebecca Stone and her team at OZ Architecture, the lead architect on the hotel project, we have the following renderings to share with you. The first image is a bird’s-eye view looking looking southeast with the 19th and Grant corner at bottom center. The second image gives us another bird’s-eye view—this time looking northwest at the Logan Street side with the restored Malo Hall and the new tower. The final image is a street-view looking southwest at the corner of 19th and Logan. Thank you OZ! A site development plan review application has been filed with the City planning office for 1840 Grant with a project name of “Ace Hotel.” Several of the hotels developed by GFI Development are Ace Hotels. Therefore, it would appear that the 19th and Grant Hotel may become an Ace Hotel, but we have not received any official confirmation of that at this point. Whatever the final name of the hotel may be, this project will significantly improve the quality of the urban environment in Uptown and restore two beautiful historic buildings in the process. var map_fusion_map_59ea6d0d4cc35; var markers = []; var counter = 0; function fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59ea6d0d4cc35() { jQuery('#fusion_map_59ea6d0d4cc35').fusion_maps({ addresses: [{"address":"39.745888,-104.982942","infobox_content":"19th and Grant Hotel","coordinates":true,"latitude":"39.745888","longitude":"-104.982942","cache":false}], animations: false, infobox_background_color: '#ffffff', infobox_styling: 'custom', infobox_text_color: '#000000', map_style: 'custom', map_type: 'satellite', marker_icon: '', overlay_color: '', overlay_color_hsl: {"hue":0,"sat":0,"lum":100}, pan_control: true, show_address: true, scale_control: true, scrollwheel: false, zoom: 18, zoom_control: true, }); } google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59ea6d0d4cc35);
Fri, Oct 20, 2017
Infill Denver
An ER doctor and three other ninjas have opened a socially minded obstacle-course gym in Loveland. The post Train Like a Ninja at a New Colorado Gym appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Thu, Oct 19, 2017
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Get a taste of 19th century life in Paris at the DAM's latest exhibit, which celebrates the often-overlooked female artists of impressionism. The post <em>Her Paris</em> Makes National Debut at the Denver Art Museum appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Thu, Oct 19, 2017
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The post Canadian investor snags Parkhouse Apartments for $121.6 million appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Thu, Oct 19, 2017
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Tarra 2017, a local conference for and about boundary-breaking women in design, highlights local goods by female artisans and businesses. The post Also At Tarra 2017: A Pop-Up Shop That Supports Local Female Artisans appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Wed, Oct 18, 2017
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This tiny town tucked into the Rocky Mountains is not to be overlooked. The post First-Timer’s Guide: Nederland appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Wed, Oct 18, 2017
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The post Colorado submits sites for Amazon HQ2 appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Wed, Oct 18, 2017
Colorado Real Estate Journal
The walk-up restaurant inside RiNo’s forthcoming market hall will offer Latin American street food. The post Exclusive News: Señor Bear Team to Bring Mister Oso to Zeppelin Station appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Wed, Oct 18, 2017
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Becky Haddad has been fighting breast cancer—as an advocate, a survivor, a mother, and a sister—for more than three decades. The post Becky Haddad’s 30-Year Fight with Breast Cancer appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Wed, Oct 18, 2017
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The Israeli pita spot is from the team behind Izzio Artisan Bakery. The post Tel Aviv Street Food Added To Union Station Whole Foods’ Lineup appeared first on 5280 - Denver's Mile High Magazine.
Wed, Oct 18, 2017
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The post Littleton day care center changes hands for $2.75 million appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Wed, Oct 18, 2017
Colorado Real Estate Journal