Denver’s 11th-tallest building has sold for nine figures.
The 36-story office tower at 1670 Broadway was bought for $238 million. HFI 1670 Bdwy LLC purchased the building from UBS Realty Investors on Aug. 16, according to county records. The sale was recorded Monday.
The buying LLC lists its address as c/o JM Capital LLC, 50 Main St., Suite 1000, in White Plains, New York. The entity financed the deal with a $78 million loan from the seller. Daniel J. Mann signed the loan documents on behalf of HFI 1670 Bdwy LLC’s parent LLCs.
1670 Broadway consists of 697,555 square feet of office space, according to the building’s website. That works out to a sale price of $341.19 per square foot.
CBRE’s Mike Winn, Tim Richey, Chad Flynn and Jenny Knowlton marketed the tower, according to the Colorado Real Estate Journal. Richey did not respond to a request for comment Tuesday.
1670 Broadway is 448 feet tall. It was the city’s second-tallest building when it was completed in 1980, trailing only the 40-story 555 17th St., which was completed two years earlier.
The building is topped by signage for financial services firm TIAA. Other tenants include P2 Energy Solutions and TransMontaigne Partners LP, both of which operate in oil and gas, and the U.S. Department of Urban Housing and Development. UMB Bank and Starbucks operate on the ground floor.
Other recent deals in the core of downtown include the $67 million sale of the 30-story office building at 1660 Lincoln St. in mid-March, and a partial sale later that month that valued the 54-story office tower at 1801 California St. at $560 million.