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Molly Armbrister


Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Dennis:

Colorado Health Foundation relocating HQ to new Uptown building

The foundation will build a 31,340-square-foot building at 18th Avenue and Pennsylvania Street. → Read More

Rents up 13 percent in metro Denver in Q2

Apartment vacancy rates in the metro area dropped to 4.5 percent in the second quarter → Read More

Rug store owners at center of condemnation battle reject Glendale's offer

The Kholghy family — owners of the store — said they have an answer for the city. → Read More

14 townhomes break ground in RiNo's Backyard on Blake (but they're selling fast)

Fourteen townhomes will be built as part of the new mixed-use development project in RiNo. → Read More

Colorado developer buys Capitol Hill apartments, land

Consolidate Investment Group has plans to add 140 units to the complex. → Read More

At 50, the iconic Larimer Square block is evolving to stay fresh

The downtown destination is not sitting on its historical laurels. → Read More

Office, restaurant development planned on South Platte near Sports Authority Field

The 3.2-acre project will be called Steam on the Platte and will break ground in the fourth quarter. → Read More

Northstar Commercial buys CoBank building in Greenwood Village for $16 million

The property is located in the Denver Tech Center at 5500 S. Quebec St. → Read More

Public improvements planned for 16th and Broadway in Denver

The city will improve transportation safety and install new bike racks, trees and lighting. → Read More

More spec office breaking ground in Centennial near Topgolf

Invoa Dry Creek is the rebranding of Dry Creek Corporate Center, additions to which were announced in November. → Read More

Glendale makes offer for rug-store property at center of condemnation dispute

The city had voted to use eminent domain to acquire the property, but now says that it will proceed with an urban renewal project without the site if the offer is rejected. → Read More

Summit Materials buys Iowa cement plant, terminals for $450 million

Denver-based Summit Materials purchased the asset from Lafarge North America. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Dallas firm to build 275 apartments in Observatory Park

Modera Observatory Park will be located near the University of Denver on two parcels that are about one acre each. → Read More

Auditor: TIFs good for Denver

Tax-increment financing projects in Denver have been beneficial for the city, according to a new report from the city auditor. → Read More

Stapleton's Stanley Marketplace ready for takeoff

The indoor market in old aviation building sets its course for spring opening. → Read More

Gables Residential buys Cherry Creek parcel, plans more apartments

The site will be home to the third phase of Gables Cherry Creek and will add 242 apartments to Cherry Creek → Read More

Denver finance, real estate companies predict pay raises in 2016

The overall average across industries in 2.8 percent, according to an annual study. → Read More

Tavern Uptown to get 315-apartment topper on 17th

A joint venture will build 315 multi-family units above the popular sports bar. → Read More

Wheat Ridge to vote on tax-increment financing

The city of Wheat Ridge will vote on an amendment to its city charter relating to the use of tax-increment financing packages totaling $2.5 million or more. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Pilot trainer landing at business center near DIA

The manufacturer will build a 108,000-square-foot facility with eight flight simulators at 67th Avenue and Yampa Street. → Read More