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Office building in LoDo sells for $2.4M in first transaction since 1986

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 4/16 2:00A Thomas Gounley
A two-story office building on the edge of LoDo has sold for the first time in 35 years. CBann Management LLC purchased 1420 Blake St. last week for $2.38 million, according to public records. FirstBank provided financing for the deal. The...

59 acres of federal land in Lakewood hits the market — again

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 4/14 3:30P John Aguilar
A vacant 59-acre plot of land in Lakewood with a convoluted history is back up for sale, two years after it could have been the site of a 500- to 600-unit low-income housing complex. The parcel at the corner of West Sixth Avenue and Simms Street,...

Colorado town named one of the best places to live in the U.S.

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 4/14 3:41A Jake Shapiro
College towns, suburbs, and cities many of these locations are appealing for their safe and quiet streets, a commitment to education, their proximity to cultural attractions or nearby wilderness. Stacker.com recently released its best places to...

Colorado’s flood risks are on the rise, and consumers will pay for it

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 4/13 2:00A Aldo Svaldi
Colorado and other mountain states don t just face a much higher risk of wildfires in the years ahead, but also of flooding, which could hit more homeowners directly in the pocketbook. Of the 10 U.S. states likely to see the biggest percentage...

300 apartments planned as site by Globeville rail station sells for $16M

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 4/9 11:00A Thomas Gounley
A pair of local developers have unloaded their site by a Globeville rail station to a New York-based firm planning apartments. Brue Baukol Capital Partners and LCP Development, both Denver-based firms, were paid $16.1 million last week for the...

Few Denver-metro tenants had trouble paying rent in March

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 4/6 2:00A Aldo Svaldi
Only one out of 50 apartment tenants in Colorado failed to make the rent last month and evictions are running at half of the pace seen before the pandemic, according to an update Monday from the Colorado Apartment Association. “A 98% collection...
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