Two office buildings at the Interstate 25/Colorado Boulevard interchange have sold.
Florida-based TerraCap Management paid $77.5 million combined this week for the 14-story Centerpoint I and 16-story Centerpoint II at 1777 S. Harrison St. in Denver, according to public records. Bank of America provided financing for the deal.
It’s the second local buy in two months for TerraCap, which paid $71.71 million in early September for two 11-story office buildings in the Denver Tech Center.
Centerpoint I is 168,486 square feet and Centerpoint II is 205,534 square feet. Combined, the deal works out to about $200 a square foot.
The buildings were sold by Washington-based Schnitzer West and Investcorp, which paid a combined $61.7 million for them in 2016. The companies said in a statement that they made improvements that included renovating the lobbies of both buildings.
Brokers Jenny Knowlton, Tim Richey, Mike Winn, Charley Will and Chad Flynn of CBRE represented the seller.
Elsewhere in town, Schnitzer West is planning to develop a 12-story office building in RiNo called The Current.