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Luis Antonio Perez was arrested on his birthday Tuesday in the fatal stabbing of 29-year-old Derek Sorenson, who was found outside the 7-Eleven store at 621 17th St. on March 15, Denver police said.This article has 1 other Denver location (Show)
Another witness told police he saw the suspect go inside the federal bankruptcy courthouse, 721 19th St. Detectives later learned that Perez had filed for bankruptcy that day.
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Officers rushed to the 7-Eleven at 621 17th Street just before midnight on March 15. A co-worker of the stabbing victim said he was attacked outside the store, walked inside and collapsed.
...that a new tallest skyscraper might be coming to Downtown Denver. Now, the project, named 650 17th Street, seems to be taking the next step forward as the preliminary plans were filed with...
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A preliminary concept plan for a 1,000-foot tower that looks like will not be built at 650 17th St. Image credit: Davis Partnership Architects.This article has 1 other Denver location (Show)
Buzz Geller, whose Paradise Land Co. is the owner of the 25,047-square-foot parcel at 1650 17th St., said he has put the land back on the market for $17.5 million.
...New York based- Greenwich Realty Capital builds its 1,000-foot, 81-story tower at 650 17th St. Greenwich has submitted preliminary plans for the skyscraper to Denver. If built, it would tower...This article has 2 other Denver locations (Show)
When it opened in circa 1979-1980, 1670 Broadway was apparently the second tallest building in downtown, topped only by the 40-story 555 17th Street, which opened in 1978.
Continental Cities Company, now known as Lambert Development of New York City, purchased the 40,020-sf site at Broadway and 17th Street for $4.5 million ($18.1 million in today’s dollars) in 1977.
...citys tallest, if approved. Greenwich Realty Capital first unveiled plans for the project at 17th and California St. last September. At the time, a spokesman said the building would be in excess of...
...stories but it wasnt yet clear what the actual height would be. Plans for 650 17th St. became a little bit more concrete last week when the developer filed a concept with...
The tower’s specific address is 650 17th Street, and for now that’s the working name of the building. In fact, more information is available on the website, sixfifty17.com. The site between Welton and California Streets is currently a parking lot.
700-721 17th St.
At 75 stories or more, 650 17th Street would tower over every other skyscraper in downtown Denver.
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