Two buildings next to the Rossonian Hotel building, a landmark in Five Points, have changed hands.
2624-2630 Welton Street LLC purchased the properties at those addresses for $1.9 million last week, according to county records.
The two-story building at 2630 Welton St. dates to 1889 and is 5,451 square feet, according to city records. The one-story building at 2624 Welton St. previously was home to retail shop Hatter Dashery.
The purchasing entity is affiliated with Denver-based The FlyFisher Group, according to state records. The company, which paid $6 million in August for a retail site a block away, did not respond to a request for comment.
King H. Harris sold the properties.
The remainder of the block, including the Rossonian Hotel, which was once a stopping point for well-known jazz musicians, is owned by Denver-based Palisade Partners.
Paul Books, Palisade founder and president, told BusinessDen earlier this year that he wants to add a fourth story to the Rossonian, which has been largely vacant for years, and turn it into a hotel with a restaurant and music venue.
Elsewhere on the block — on the other side of the two buildings that just sold — Books has proposed a nine-story mixed-use building, with a mix of retail, office and residential space.
Books said in the spring that he had hoped to control the whole block, but was unable to reach a deal with King to purchase his buildings.