Bloomberg – By Natalie Wong, Jack Sidders, and John GittelsohnMarch 20, 2020, 10:20 AM MDT Updated on March 20, 2020, 1:35 PM MDT A freeze is settling on commercial property markets. Buildings that bustled with diners, drinkers and shoppers just weeks ago have gone quiet.
The long-vacant Flatiron Marketplace is slated for demolition and a $210M redevelopment into residences and commercial and retail space. Over the next 13 years, developer Provident Realty Advisors Inc. of Dallas plans to build about 1,200 multifamily residential units and roughly
Moratorium in place until June 2020, but hope is bits will chipped away as regulations are firmed up After an hours-long discussion and with the clock nearing 1 a.m. Wednesday, Boulder City Council voted 6-3 to temporarily ban development of
Cheesecake Factory’s departure from Boulder’s Pearl Street could signal changing restaurant industry
Sharp rent increases and rising costs for a diminishing pool of labor have restaurateurs along Pearl Street scrambling to evolve and remain profitable. The news that The Cheesecake Factory will be leaving its Pearl Street location at the end of
Real estate company Edens has purchased seven buildings around Denver Central Market in RiNo. The total purchase price was $50.86 million. Edens is a $6.5 billion real estate owner, operator and developer with properties nationwide, according to the company. “We pride ourselves
The Boulder City Council took action on Tuesday that it hopes will prevent the loss of active, first-floor uses on east Pearl Street. In a unanimous vote, the council agreed to require, moving forward, that first floors along Pearl Street
Toys R Us CEO David Brandon told staff on a conference call Wednesday that the chain will shutter or sell all U.S. locations in the next several months. Wikimedia Commons/Miosotis Jade The shutdown of its U.S. business could put up