It’s the company’s second West Colfax acquisition in recent years after buying a new commercial kitchen for Little Man Ice Cream next door in 2014.
Commercial Real Estate
Nearly a full city block of LoDo apartments changed hands last week in a nine-figure sale.
An entity of property management and investment firm Split Mountain bought a half-acre near Colorado Boulevard and Yale Avenue this month for $5.38 million.
Just three weeks after unloading $79 million of flex space, a Bahrain-based investment firm has put most of that figure back into Denver office real estate.
An investment firm bought a converted garage building that now houses Call to Arms Brewing Co. and restaurant Mas Kaos for $3.7 million.
One of Union Station’s last major developments broke ground just in time for it to sell. Invesco Real Estate bought 16 Chestnut, a planned 430,000-square-foot office building in Union Station, from Starwood Capital Group and East West Partners this month. DaVita has already committed to leasing 80 percent of the building, which recently began construction…. Read more »
A new Denver apartment complex posts a record sales price even though less than half the units are occupied.
The former Whole Meds building at 38th Avenue and Julian Street has been demolished to make way for a row of townhomes and a new Thai Basil restaurant
Griffin Partners Inc., with Bahrain-based investment firm Investcorp, bought a 10-building office and flex space portfolio near Centennial airport last month for $78.5 million. The 485,000-square-foot acquisition is Griffin’s first in Denver.
The Burgwyn Co. showed off its 114-unit Ruby Hill Residences complex at Mississippi Avenue and Pecos Street at a ribbon cutting Monday for the new, affordable-housing community.