VF Corp. execs spend $3M each on Denver houses

Two executives moving their apparel conglomerate to Colorado are paying Mile High prices for new homes in the Denver area.

VF Corp, the publicly traded parent of brands such as The North Face, Smartwool, JanSport, Altra and Eagle Creek received $27 million in tax incentives this summer to move its headquarters from North Carolina to downtown Denver and employ 800 people.

Now, VF Corp CEO Steven Rendle and CFO Scott Roe put down roots in the city by purchasing homes in Cherry Creek and Belcaro, respectively, last month.

Rendle earned $14 million in 2017, according to research firm Morningstar. Roe earned $7 million, according to Morningstar.

Cherry Creek

468 Milwaukee St. (Kate Tracy)

Address: 468 Milwaukee St.

Sold price: $3.65 million

Stats: 5,400 square feet with four bedrooms and six bathrooms

Listing broker: Dawn Raymond with The Kentwood Co.

Buyer: Steven and Julie Rendle, acting as Westward Bound LLC

Seller: HDP 468 Milwaukee LLC

The finer things: Built in 2017, the modern custom home includes an elevator to the rooftop terrace, with stucco, brick and wood siding.


919 S. Garfield St. (Kate Tracy)

Address: 919 S. Garfield St.

Sold price: $3.1 million

Stats: 4,500 square feet with four bedrooms and six bathrooms in Belcaro

Listing broker: Annzo Phelps and Phelps Blair with The Kentwood Co.

Buyer: Scott Roe, acting as 14th Street Partners LLC

Sellers: Scott and Dana Meacham

The finer things: Designed by Nest Architecture and built by BOA Construction in 2005, the home includes a covered patio and outdoor kitchen. Indoors, the home comes with a chef’s kitchen and caterer’s kitchen for easy entertaining.

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