A new proposal would allow for development up to 12 floors in Globeville on the current site of The Big Wonderful.
As the last assisted-living residents leave, Denver’s Golden Manor set for conversion to condominiums
The renovated units will be less expensive than other condos and town-homes in the area, which is near Sloan's Lake.
First Avenue Hotel is set to become affordable micro-apartments on Broadway — with millions in city help
The city of Denver is nearly ready to help a developer restore and expand the historic hotel property at 101 Broadway.
Private developers could build some 20 million square feet over about 20 years on Denver airport land, according to its chief real estate officer.
"There’s over 5,000 undeveloped acres owned by churches, synagogues, mosques. That's a massive land bank."
"You guys are going to be giving clinics all over the city," said Council President Albus Brooks, who sponsored the bill.
Some of the businesses along the strip are "barely hanging on," the district's executive committee wrote in a letter last week.
"I did not want my ground floor to be 70 percent parking spaces," he said. "That's the prime real estate."
Remember the 81-story skyscraper that didn’t get built? That land is under contract again, the owner says
The land in question may not stay a parking lot for long.
After two decades of vacancy, Five Points' historic Rossonian Hotel is being brought back to life.
If it feels to you like we've entered a new phase of growth in Denver, you're not crazy.
“It’s just over the top, figuratively and literally.”
Here's a look inside the skeleton of the Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center, one of the Denver area's largest construction projects.
They would potentially build a large parking structure to replace lost spots, and then convert the lots into a higher-density entertainment and residential area.
A development company has released new details of its plan to build an eight-floor tower, by far the tallest in the area, in an industrial stretch of the Overland neighborhood near a rail station.
While the odds of such incidents are technically higher because there are more development sites, it doesn’t necessarily mean fires at construction sites will be more common in Denver.
The Denver City Council just voted to end the era of the slot home.
The yet-to-be-named project will be built at 3770 Walnut St. — about one block from the 38th and Blake light rail station.