The Pipeline: Commercial real estate deals for 1.20.23

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CLMBR signage on the building at 2955 E. 1st Ave. in Cherry Creek. (BusinessDen file)

Deals of note:

Sunshine Behavioral Health LLC subleased 8,921 office square feet at 2955 E. 1st Ave. in Denver from CLMBR Inc. Peter Staab, John Gustafson and Cathy McDermott of Newmark represented the subtenant.

Mile High on Blake St LLC purchased 1919 Blake St. in Denver, formerly home to Falling Rock Tap House, for $2.94 million from R and R LLC.

Mark VII Equipment Inc purchased the 99,500-square-foot, three-building industrial complex at 5981 N. Tennyson St. and 4750 W. 60th St. in Arvada for $10 million from Mathews Family LLC. Mark VII was a tenant prior to the purchase. Brian McCririe and Steve Kawulok of SVN | Denver Commercial represented the buyer.

Gruber Commercial Real Estate reports the following deals:

Lafayette Land purchased 4502-4510 Wynkoop St. in Denver for $4 million from R and R LLC. Russell Gruber handled the sale.

Prime Milling LLC leased 5,360 square feet with a large fenced yard at 4262 Madison St. in Denver. Russell Gruber represented the landlord.

Newmark reports the following deals:

A2K SL LLC purchased 9,166 retail square feet at 24450 E. Smoky Hill Road in Aurora for $3.125 million from InBank. Andrew Blaustein, Riki Hashimoto, Sean Whitney, Josh Pons, Carrie Adams and Caroline Nowack represented the seller.

DA Cedar LLC purchased 13,200 industrial square feet at 12540 W. Cedar Ave. in Lakewood for $2.702 million from 12540 Cedar LP. Bruce Mawhinney, Mike Wafer, Ben Richardson, Lucas Burbank, Kyle Roberts, Jeff Heaton, Julie Wafer and Eli Priest represented the seller.

IGT Global Solutions Corp. leased 13,467 industrial square feet at 7101 S. Fulton St. in Centennial. Mike Wafer and Julie Wafer represented the landlord.

Cornerstone Surgical Suites LLC leased 9,997 industrial square feet at 7237 Church Ranch Blvd. in Westminster. Brent Stamm, David Hart, Megan Davis and Savannah Reese-Hart represented the tenant.

John Propp Commercial Group reports the following deal:

Sure Investments LLC purchased 13,738 office/retail square feet at 7790 E. Arapahoe Road in Centennial for $2.06 million from Ironton Investments LLC. Joshua Cohen and John Propp represented the seller.

Avison Young reports the following deals:

MGA Home Healthcare downsized to 9,934 square feet as part of a renewal at 4100 E. Mississippi Ave., #1200, in Denver. Joe Serieno, Chad Alexander and Caitlin Ellenson represented the landlord. Kevin Ziomek, Guy Lachman and Trevor Curtis of JLL represented the tenant.

ARCH-BT1 LLC leased 2,770 square feet at 950 S. Cherry St., #912, in Denver. Joe Serieno, Chad Alexander and Caitlin Ellenson represented the landlord. Matt Smith of Premises Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant.

Elevation Behavioral Therapy leased 1,359 square feet at 950 S. Cherry St., #414, in Denver. Joe Serieno, Chad Alexander and Caitlin Ellenson represented the landlord. Holly Reef with Re/Max Professionals represented the tenant.

Building Solutions of the Rockies leased 1,948 square feet at 950 S. Cherry St., #910, in Denver. Joe Serieno, Chad Alexander and Caitlin Ellenson represented the landlord. Walker Noon at Your Castle Real Estate represented the tenant.

CBRE reports the following deal:

Face Foundrie leased space at 2630 E. 3rd Ave. in Denver. Molly Bayer, Brandon Famous and Alexandra McGinn represented the tenant.

Deals from deeds:

Vurgec Route 66 LLC purchased 2000 E. Colfax Ave. in Denver for $8.1 million from Walgreen Co.

Rob Denver LLC purchased 55 percent of 1770 N. Sherman St. in Denver for $9.845 million from Denver Temple LLC.

TA Loretto Fee Owner LLC purchased 3400 S. Irving St. in Denver for $90 million from Loretto LL LLC.

Mile High on Blake St LLC purchased 1919 Blake St. in Denver for $2.94 million from R and R LLC.

815 East Ellsworth Ave LLC purchased 815 E. Ellsworth Ave. in Denver for $3.5 million from 815 Ellsworth LLC.

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CLMBR signage on the building at 2955 E. 1st Ave. in Cherry Creek. (BusinessDen file)

Fitness startup sublets half its Cherry Creek space, ex-Falling Rock Tap House building downtown sells and tenant pays $10M for industrial site.

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