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The Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion terminal project faces flak over refugee camps and bribery case

The Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion terminal project faces flak over refugee camps and bribery case

Ferrovial, aiming to win a $1.8 billion contract to renovate and manage parts of Denver International Airport, has wide-ranging businesses and projects in 15 countries but has also attracted controversy along the way.

A look at Ferrovial, the Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion, 34-year terminal project

A look at Ferrovial, the Spanish conglomerate that wants to lead DIA’s $1.8 billion, 34-year terminal project

Ferrovial, aiming to win a $1.8 billion contract to renovate and manage parts of Denver International Airport, has wide-ranging businesses and projects in 15 countries but has also attracted controversy along the way.

See Inside a Listing Styled by a Former White House Decorator

See Inside a Listing Styled by a Former White House Decorator

Submitted by TopTenRealEstateDeals.com As President Obama’s time in office neared its last months in 2016, their future home outside the White House was a frequent guessing game in celebrity real estate media. Most of the rumors were that the Obamas were buying a new family home in Hawaii, Palm Springs, New York City, Washington, D.C., or […]

Denver’s 34-year deal at DIA might be the city’s first big public-private partnership, but don’t expect it to be the last

Denver’s 34-year deal at DIA might be the city’s first big public-private partnership, but don’t expect it to be the last

Denver’s first large public-private partnership, at Denver International Airport, could be followed by several more in the next few years — and city officials are working out plans for a special office to aid those efforts.

Denver’s 34-year deal at DIA might be the city’s first big public-private partnership, but don’t expect it to be the last

Denver’s 34-year deal at DIA might be the city’s first big public-private partnership, but don’t expect it to be the last

Denver’s first large public-private partnership, at Denver International Airport, could be followed by several more in the next few years — and city officials are working out plans for a special office to aid those efforts.

Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood to Colorado

Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood to Colorado

The wraps came off of Redbarre’s plans for a privately funded, 1.9 million square foot mixed-use development in Parker anchored by a film and television production facility.

Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood to Colorado

Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood to Colorado

The wraps came off of Redbarre’s plans for a privately funded, 1.9 million square foot mixed-use development in Parker anchored by a film and television production facility.

Cautious Trickle Brings Lowest Rates in 9 Months

Cautious Trickle Brings Lowest Rates in 9 Months

Mortgage rates moved lower again this week, but not by very much. Even so, it was enough to hit the best levels since November 2016 for many lenders. To put things in perspective, it’s entirely possible that any given borrower would see the exact same …

Denver home sales and prices drop in July, putting area brokers on alert

Denver home sales and prices drop in July, putting area brokers on alert

A drop in home sales and average home prices between June and July has raised concerns that the metro Denver housing market may be topping out.