A Cherry Creek developer that has invested $170 million into the posh neighborhood just snatched up another corner lot.
BMC Investments bought about 0.5 acres of land at Second Avenue and St. Paul Street this week for $12.97 million, city records show. The property includes a two-story building totaling about 19,030 square feet.
Men’s clothing store DXL previously had a store at 210 St. Paul St. The 9,700-square-foot shop opened in 2011 and shut down in late summer 2015. DXL moved into the space after boutique Andrisen Morton Women closed in the summer of 2009.
The building is about 35 years old.
BMC Investments opened its $100 million Steele Creek apartment building at First Avenue and Steele Street in April and has a $70 million hotel project under construction at 245 Columbine St.
Matt Joblon, BMC Investments CEO, did not return phone messages seeking comment on the deal on Tuesday.