Month: February 2018

Denver used-car sales app Blinker steers to California, Florida – Denver Business Journal

Denver-based Blinker Inc.’s used-car sales app is spreading to two of the biggest U.S. states for car sales, but it’s taking a different approach learned from its debut in Colorado and Texas. Blinker is offering auto-loan refinancing and sales of car fleets in California and Florida, focusing first on building deal volume and partnerships with […]

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Apartments in Denver's Virginia Village sell for $12.5 million ...

Ohio firm purchases metro Denver apartment complex – Denver Business Journal

A unit of Summit Management Services Inc. of Akron, Ohio, has purchased the Green Leaf Riverside apartments in Littleton. Green Leaf Partners, a Danville, California-based real estate investment company, sold the property to Summit MultiCapital LLC, Summit’s acquisition and financing arm. With the sale, the 248-unit complex is now known as Summit Riverside. ARA Newmark, […]

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School

The four-day week, once a tool of rural districts, is coming to a Denver metro school district

The Brighton-based school district is likely to become the first district in the Denver metro area to move to a four-day school week. The announcement comes after voters turned down a request this November for more local taxes, the latest in a string of defeats for the fast-growing district north of Denver. Brighton is hardly […]

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Great West Life acquires EverWest in U.S. real estate push

TORONTO _ Great-West Lifeco’s real estate arm has acquired the business of Colorado-based EverWest Real Estate Partners, marking its first move into the U.S. The terms of the deal announced today were not disclosed. The president of GWL Realty Advisors says the acquisition of EverWest provides the Canadian insurer’s wholly-owned subsidiary with a real estate […]

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