The purchase of the 480-unit Conifer Creek Apartments is one of a handful of deals in Arapahoe County to cross the $90 million threshold in five years.
Commercial Real Estate
Mainspring Developers picked up a 4,350-square-foot infill site at 3030 Welton St. last week for $366,000, with plans for a residential or hospitality building.
One of Denver’s most prolific developers has purchased a half-acre parking lot on Logan Street overlooking Governor’s Park for $4.8 million.
The owners of a massive property in the valley are throwing in the towel after a 12-year bid to transform the land into a private ski resort and 1,700-home development.
A K-12 school in the Highlands has listed its 23,000-square-foot home of the past two decades after losing its contract with Denver Public Schools.
A new-to-Denver investor last week plunked down $65 million for a new, 190-unit apartment complex off East Alameda Avenue and Colorado Boulevard.
A U.K.-based company scored a 12,500-square-foot parking lot next to Coors Field in a $3.5 million deal, with plans to build a 150-room, eight-story hotel.
The 200-unit Via Apartments at Eighth Avenue and Broadway were sold to a private investment firm on June 26.
A group of three development firms purchased a 14,000-square-foot triangle at 3724 Walnut St. near the 38th and Blake light rail station for $2.1 million.
About 7 acres on the northeast corner of Iliff Avenue and Parker Road have been razed, with new construction starting soon and stores opening early next year.