RedPeak pays $39 million for six apartment buildings between Wash Park, Cheesman

The deal included this building at 899 Washington St. in Capitol Hill. (Thomas Gounley)

Denver real estate firm RedPeak has purchased six apartment buildings in West Washington Park, Capitol Hill and Cheesman Park from the same seller.

According to county records, RedPeak paid a total of $39 million for the six buildings that had formed the entire portfolio of Lloyd’s Apartments. Combined, they have 206 units.

The properties that sold are:

960 S. Logan St: The three-story, 23-unit building sold for $4 million.

10 S. Pennsylvania St.: The five-story, 37-unit building sold for $6.5 million.

899 Washington St.: The five-story, 34-unit building sold for $6.1 million.

1360 Williams St.: The five-story, 33-unit building sold for $6.1 million.

1402 Race St.: The five-story, 35-unit building sold for $6.3 million.

1280 Lafayette St.: The seven-story, 44-unit building sold for $10 million.

With the addition of the 206 units, RedPeak now owns 2,653 apartments in Denver, according to Bobby Hutchinson, chief investment officer.

Hutchinson said the family that owned and managed the buildings as Lloyd’s Apartments purchased them between 1995 and 2009. He said the portfolio is 95 percent leased.

“They’re in good shape,” Hutchinson said of the buildings, adding RedPeak likely will do some “moderate improvements.”

RedPeak is an active buyer (and less-active seller) in the Denver multifamily market, particularly within the city core. The company’s biggest deals in 2018 were the purchase of a 296-unit complex near the Interstate 25/Colorado Boulevard interchange for $46.25 million, and the sale of the 31-story downtown apartment tower at 1600 Glenarm Place for $131 million.

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