CBRE reports the following deals:
Oakmont Properties purchased Caliber at Flatirons, a 288-unit apartment complex at 13872 Del Corso Way in Broomfield completed in 2019, for $90.72 million from Greenwood, Indiana-based The Garrett Companies. Dan Woodward, David Potarf and Matt Barnett represented the seller.
Marcus & Millichap reports the following deal:
NG Tower LLC purchased the newly constructed 13,300-square foot building at 18471 Green Valley Ranch Blvd. in Denver, currently leased to Natural Grocers, for $6.86 million from EVC-WDG Tower LLC. Cory Gross represented the buyer and seller. The store is set to open in the coming weeks.
Trevey Commercial reports the following deal:
Redstone Bank purchased 2.7 acres at the southwest corner of Parker Road and North Pinery Parkway in Parker for $1.4 million from Starwood Land Advisors. Mitch Trevey represented both buyer and seller.
Unique Properties reports the following deals:
Malopi Broadway LLC purchased 2,553 retail square feet at 1938 S. Broadway in Denver for $680,000 from RocketSpace LLC. Tim Finholm, Sam Leger and Kyle VanCamp represented the seller.
Asset Preservation Inc, qualified intermediary for Bayaud Development LLC, purchased 0.5 acres at 1570-1596 W. Bayaud Ave. in Denver for $345,000 from 1031 Exchange Experts LLC as qualified intermediary for Chase Properties Development I LLC. Greg Knott represented the seller.
DRAGO Auto Body LLC, dba MAACO Collision Repair and Auto Painting, leased 8,640 retail square feet at 6830 S. Jordan Road in Centennial. Gannon Roth represented the tenant.
Chasing Ghosts Music leased 2,400 industrial square feet at 3213 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood. Greg Knott represented the landlord.
Frank & Salahuddin LLC leased 1,500 office square feet at 1133 Pennsylvania St. in Denver. Gannon Roth represented the tenant.
NAI Shames Makovsky reports the following deal:
Wenco Industries Inc leased 3,351 retail square feet at 3800 Sheridan Blvd. in Denver. Jake Malman and Sandy Feld represented the landlord. Todd Silverman and Paul Cattin represented the tenant.