The Pipeline: Commercial real estate deals for 3.25.22

Deals of note

  1. Top commercial real estate sales and leases in Denver

    The 107-unit apartment building at 255 N. Washington St. in Denver sold for $63 million.

  2. 1. Seagate Properties purchased the 107-unit My Block Wash Park apartment building at 255 N. Washington St. in Denver for $63 million from the Sepic family. The building is 78,512 square feet, making the deal worth $802 a square foot. Robert Bratley of JLL represented the seller.

2.Shushi spot Temaki Den expanded its operations inside The Source at 3330 Brighton Blvd., taking over a space vacated in early 2021 by Crooked Stave brewery. With this new deal, Temaki Den will occupy around 5,000 square feet. Adam Larkey, director of sales and leasing at Zeppelin, brokered the deal.

3. 2935 N Zuni LLC purchased 2415 W. Dunkeld Place and 2949 N. Zuni St. in Denver for $5.5 million from The Martin Benson Trust.

Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors reports the following deals:

Salty Dog Properties LLC purchased the 37,458-square-foot shopping center at 9012, 9032  and 9142 W. Ken Caryl Ave. in Littleton for $4.6 million from Mozart Properties LLC. Dallas Sandberg represented the seller. Thomas Graeve represented the buyer.

Old North Holdings LLC purchased 7,943 office square feet at 3280 Wadsworth Blvd. in Wheat Ridge for $1.2 million from BPD Holdings LLC. Greg Titus and Eric Shaw represented the seller.

NavPoint Real Estate Group reports the following deal:

Parker Center LLC purchased 10.55 acres at 895 Ridge Road in Castle Rock for $3.5 million from James Dean Bertelsen Trust. Matt Call and Jeff Brandon represented the seller. Mitch Trevey and Nick Beach of Trevey Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer.

Blue West Capital reports the following deal:

The Edmond J. Secard and Lisa A. Secard Family Trust purchased the O’Reilly Auto Parts property at 5807 W. Colfax Ave. in Lakewood for $2.8 million from The Lanet Family Trust – QTIP Trust. Brandon Gayeski represented the buyer and seller.

Unique Properties reports the following deals:

Runt & Bro Willow LLC purchased the motel at 8500 E. Colfax Ave. in Denver for $2.8 million from SHCJ Enterprises LLC. Brian McKernan was a transaction broker.

Aspen Oil Recycling purchased 8,400 warehouse square feet on 2.2 acres at 9305 N. Highway 85 in Littleton for $2.5 million. Greg Knott and Earl Duffy represented the seller.

Tufts Prop LLC purchased 13,252 office/warehouse square feet at 1445-1451 W. Tufts Ave. in Englewood for $2 million from Ski & Sea International Inc. Earl Duffy and Greg’s Knott represented the buyer.

Sameer Chopra and Aman Kochhar purchased 0.51 acres zoned for multifamily development at 1440 Moline St. in Aurora for $420,000 from Alejandro Garcia Ramirez. Greg Knott and Earl Duffy represented the seller. Purnima Kakkar of NRT Colorado represented the buyer.

Geiger Bros. leased 15,648 industrial square feet at 3179 S. Platte River Drive in Englewood. Kyle VanCamp represented the tenant. T.J. Smith and Tom Stahl of Colliers represented the landlord.

NorthPeak Commercial Advisors reports the following deal:

1350 Macon Street LLC purchased 12 multifamily units at 1350 Macon St. in Aurora for $1.6 million from Saved by Grace LLC. Jack Sherman, Dan Hawthorne and Hunter Schaefer represented the buyer and seller.

Madison Commercial Properties reports the following deals:

JD Patterson LLC, owner of Denver’s 1-800-Got-Junk, purchased the 3,500-square-foot two-unit industrial building at 5350 Broadway in Denver for $1.3 million from Athi Holdings LLC. Nick Jurgens represented the seller. Jessica Smith represented the buyer.

Triax Engineering leased 5,880 industrial square feet at 5371 Magnolia St. in Commerce City. Nick Jurgens represented the tenant.

Axio Commercial Real Estate reports the following deal:

Jiffy Lube leased a pad site at Commerce City Plaza at 4950 E. 62nd Ave. in Commerce City. John Livaditis and Brian Frank represented the landlord. Matthew DeBartolomeis of CBRE represented the tenant.

Hoff & Leigh reports the following deals:

Russell Schyler purchased industrial space at 18596 Longs Way #B8 in Denver from Tom Clark. Brandon Langiewicz and Shane Robson represented the buyer.

Jesse and Heidi Fleisher leased 1,340 retail square feet at 4550 Wadsworth Blvd. in Denver. Brandon Langiewicz and Isaiah Mayfield represented the landlord.

Samantha Smith leased 532 retail square feet at 7600 Park Meadows Drive in Denver. Lisa Langiewicz represented the tenant.

Deals from deeds:

Mozart Properties LLC purchased 3076 W. 71st Way in Westminster for $7 million from BR Investment LLC and Hornets Nest Investments LLC.

Sunman I Hospitality LLC purchased 9041 Brighton Road in Henderson for $4.2 million from J & Y Lim LLC.

GNT Properties Colorado LLC purchased 9652 N. Hanover Court West in Commerce City for $4.6 million from FAH Denver LLC.

2821 Welton Street Investment LLC purchased 2821, 2823, 2831, 2835 and 2843 Welton St. in Denver for $4.2 million from GFE Welton LLC.

AGAP Denver Alameda LLC purchased 9898 E. Alameda Ave. in Denver for $9.9 million from Alameda Mini Storage LLC.

Top commercial real estate sales and leases in Denver

Deals of note

  1. Top commercial real estate sales and leases in Denver

    The 107-unit apartment building at 255 N. Washington St. in Denver sold for $63 million.

    An apartment building goes for $800 per square foot, Temaki Den takes more space in RiNo’s The Source, and a LoHi corner building sells.

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