Nine acres in Littleton sell for nearly $10 million, a waffle restaurant grabs space in Fort Collins, and company leases 38,000 square feet in Boulder.
In the biggest commercial sale this week, an oil company sells its Englewood warehouse for $3.3 million, a lighting company leases more than 60,000 square feet in Denver, and smaller retailers, sports ventures and other businesses grab space around town.
Two apartment properties sell for more than $2 million each, a heap of large-space deals includes UC Health’s 38,000-square-foot sublease, and an Aurora portfolio sells for $4 million.
A 113-unit apartment building in Denver sells for more than $10 million, and a pair of 40,000-square-foot industrial buildings are sold for a combined $7.8 million.
A Thornton shopping center sells for more than $6 million, and a gym leases space in Wash Park.
Several massive leases are signed in the Denver area, including the state’s 165,000 square feet, Time Warner’s 88,000-square-foot space on Airport Way, and King Soopers’ plans for a gas station. Plus an accounting firm leases 18,000 sf downtown.
A trio of Denver apartment buildings are sold, and a sports apparel shop leases more than 20,000 square feet of office space in Englewood.
A plot of land on Tennyson Street sells for more than $2 million, a recently sold property in Westminster is slated for a $15 million apartment project, and the Denver Post leases a large industrial space.
Two banks grabs space, a gym leases a large spot on First in Denver and a restaurant sets up in RiNo.
UC Health subleases 36,000 square feet in Aurora, a trio of apartment complexes on the same street in Littleton change hands for $5 million, and 4 acres on 31st Street in Denver sells for $3.65 million.