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Zack Davidson saga continues with court order


“The court strongly suspects that it was a much greater amount.” […]

Kentwood lands Landmark listing

“We selected Kentwood Real Estate because of its reputation,” Andrew S. Miller […]

Davidson's lawyer, accountant and broker sued

“i will say this is not true,” Rike Palese. […]

Why disgraced developer killed himself in Florida unanswered

“The case is ongoing,” Denise Moloney. […]

Landmark developer commits suicide

“He was a tormented soul.” […]

Once high-flying developer indicted

“I always want to jump in the deep end,” Zach Davidson. […]

RedPeak dominated 2012 real estate news

Here is a view of the boarded up and fenced in church where RedPeak plans an apartment community. A portion of the church would be demolished.


A lot of people read about RedPeak on InsideRealEstateNews.com last year.


Landmark plans to reorganize, not liquidate

Landmark open for business […]

Landmark developer updates bankruptcy

A judge in the Landmark bankruptcy trial has approved a motion to allow the developer to use $120,899 in cash for day-to-day operations.

The judge also has allowed the developer’ to pay a potential $300,000 “break up fee” to Carmel Landmark LLC, which plans to provide $15 million in financing to the high-rise condo project […]

Landmark owner files for bankruptcy

The entity that owns high-profile condominium towers, The Landmark and The Meridian in Greenwood Village, and the Village Shops, filed voluntary petitions for protection under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Denver.