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Landsea Homes Corp. has signed an 89-month lease at CirclePoint Corporate Center in Westminster.

The 10,600 SF space at 11080 Circle Point Road will serve as the Texas-based company’s Colorado division headquarters. The new space is more than triple Landsea’s previous office in Longmont.

The Westminster office can accommodate up to 60 employees and will be ready by this autumn, according to Landsea. In the meantime, Landsea’s local 21-person team will temporarily operate out of 8K SF at CirclePoint Corporate Center.


Brian Chen joined Lincoln Property Co. as senior vice president. He will focus on growing Lincoln’s services businesses and its development and investment portfolios in the Denver area. 

He joins Lincoln from Beacon Capital Partners, where he expanded the firm’s platform and office investment portfolio over the past six years. He has held roles at ASB Real Estate Investments and Tishman Speyer.


The $12.5M, 11K SF North Boulder Library will hold a grand opening event on Saturday at 4500 13th St.

The project, which broke ground in February 2023, is being paid for through several public tax and fee buckets. It was designed by Work Architecture Co. and constructed by Fransen Pittman Construction Co.

In addition to a new and expanded catalog of materials, the NoBo Library will offer community-oriented services and amenities including meeting and study rooms that may be reserved free of charge, an indoor-outdoor makerspace, BoulderReads literacy programs and classrooms.


Skyline at Highlands, a multifamily community developed by Grand Peaks and Access Industries, officially opened its doors and launched a collaboration with the Denver Public Schools Foundation.  

Ten Skyline at Highlands apartments will be donated to DPS teachers, with Grand Peaks providing a one-year, rent-free lease for all 10 teachers. DPS Foundation will conduct a drawing to select educators for the program.

With 533 units, Skyline at Highlands is the largest multifamily project in Colorado since 2002. In addition to providing market-rate units, the building at 2501 W. 26th Ave. will be home to a 93-room hotel run by Sonder. 

The project was designed by OZ Architecture, with Weitz Construction serving as the general contractor. 


Swedish restaurant Eggs Included has signed its first lease in the United States in Denver, part of the mixed-use project known as The Coloradan at 1750 Wewatta St., across from Union Station. The restaurant will be 1,380 SF. The permits are being reviewed by the city and there is no estimated open date yet. 

Founded in 2019 in Stockholm, Eggs Inc. prepares what it describes as fast yet healthy options for egg-based pizza, egg bites, sandwiches and more.


The Taffy Shop, a family-owned store in Estes Park, has been awarded the top spot on USA Today’s list of the top 10 candy stores in the nation.

The Slack family opened the candy store and began handmaking gourmet saltwater taffy in 1935. In 2014, Lavona Slack retired and sold the shop to the Igel family.

Owner Mark Igel told USA Today that for the 89 years the shop has been in business, the taffy recipe, kept in a safe-deposit box, has never changed.