The city alleged that Bruce had let the buildings fall intodisrepair and they had become blight on the neighborhood. The citydropped the charges when it lost some evidence.

Above Timberline paid Bruce $1.52 million for the buildings andplan to invest at least another $1 million into theredevelopment.

Units will start at less than $120,000. It's difficult to findany condominium, much less new construction for that price inDenver. However, they still will sell for more than $200 persf.

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