Vendors were told in February that the 29.4-acre, multi-building property along 58th Avenue would be sold. But the buyer hasn’t previously been reported.
“They’re just two really beautiful buildings that need to be preserved, and I think repurposed in the most creative way to be a community asset,” said Paul Tamburello.
The other three onetime members of the crane company’s C-suite, including the ex-CEO, have filed counterclaims and deny wrongdoing.
The site is a parking lot at 1616-1630 N. Pearl St. in Uptown that was listed for $3.3 million and is currently under contract.
The owners of the 29.4-acre Adams County facility last made their monthly loan payment a year ago, according to a lender, coinciding with the pandemic.
“We are in the process of developing materials for the offering,” a GSA spokesman said of the eight acres at the corner of 9th Avenue and Clermont Street.
Stonebridge Cos., which is putting up an adjacent 18-story building, bought the “very odd-shaped piece of property” for $55,200.
An earlier plan to land in Curtis Park fell apart, so the Longmont brewery found another spot for its expansion into Denver.
The New York-based coworking firm closed four of its nine Denver locations at the end of February.
Denver-based homebuilder Blvdway Communities paid $3.35 million or $46 a square foot for the 1.67-acre lot at 2796 N. Utica St.