Development duo buys Broadway motel

A motel property on South Broadway was picked up by developers. Photo by Burl Rolett.

A motel property on South Broadway was picked up by developers. Photo by Burl Rolett.

A half-century-old South Broadway motel is now in the hands of a Denver developer.

Littleton Capital Partners and Mercury Real Estate Partners teamed up to buy a 56-year-old motel at 1600 S. Broadway last week. The firms, acting as LCP-MREP Broadway LLC, paid $1.71 million for the building and 0.65-acre lot at South Broadway and Iowa Avenue.

A room with a single bed at the Broadway Motel costs $38 a night.

The property includes a pair of one-story buildings that add up to about 13,000 square feet. LCP-MREP financed the purchase with a loan from MidFirst Bank, according to the deed.

Littleton Capital Partners is a Littleton-based development firm headed up by Jonathan Bush. Mercury Real Estate Partners lists managing members Benjamin Hrouda and David Grissom.

Bush declined to comment on the company’s plans for the motel when reached by phone on Monday. His firm’s current projects include a 66-unit apartment building under construction in RiNo and a retail development on the rise near Sloan’s Lake.

The Littleton and Mercury-controlled firm bought the Broadway Motel from Young C. and Ki D. Lee. The Lees had owned the hotel since 1987, according to city records. They bought the property in spring of that year from Jong N. and Yong N. Lee for $623,000.

A motel property on South Broadway was picked up by developers. Photo by Burl Rolett.

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