The five-bedroom, 10-bathroom home sits on 2.3 acres.
“I’m turning 30 in a few months — just in the nick of time,” one person told BusinessDen.
“Even though we were slammed at lunch, we didn’t have the dinner traffic to make it work,” said owner Tom Snyder. The chain also recently closed in Boulder.
The seller purchased it in September 2016 for $46.6 million.
Focus Property Group and Ascent Living Communities are developing the 205-unit project.
Caroline Lofts leads the brand born out of her family’s real estate holdings.
The home at 140 N. Humboldt St. has five bedrooms and sits on a 0.38-acre lot.
“It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s gotta do it,” said Dr. Raul Cano, chief operating officer.
The decision to start the Big Stuff truck was prompted by the show itself.
EcoVessel was founded in 2011, and its products can be found at REI and Sprouts.