Ink Coffee building in RiNo sells for $1.5M

The building at 2851 Larimer St. in Denver sold for $1.5 million. (Thomas Gounley)

Ink Coffee’s RiNo location has a new landlord.

Larimer Investments LLC purchased the single-story building at 2851 Larimer St. last week for $1.5 million, according to public records.

The entity is controlled by Sam Leger, who is also a broker with Denver’s Unique Properties. He confirmed the purchase.

The approximately 2,000-square-foot building sits on a 0.14-acre lot.

Leger also owns several other buildings on the same block: 2845 Larimer St., home to restaurant Call; 2843 Larimer St., home to restaurant Beckon; and 2819 Larimer St., whose tenants include Epic Ryde Fitness and cracker manufacturer 34 Degrees.

Larimer Investments purchased those properties between 2014 and 2016 for a combined $1.93 million, records show.

The property was sold by Shafa & Sons Investments LLC, which purchased the property in 1999, for $150,000, records show. The entity is managed by Bahman Shafa, CEO of Denver-based Focus Property Group.

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