The company is based in San Francisco, but has had an office in Denver since 2015.
Forty percent of The Forum at Cherry Creek’s tenants are in the medical office category.
The deal works out to $495 a square foot. Buyer Property Markets Group is already building apartments in Union Station North.
The flat-fee brokerage has now raised more than $10 million, according to SEC filings.
MyStrength CEO: “The vision of combining the two companies is to offer a true whole health solution.”
The five-story structure once held offices and research labs serving the surrounding hospital.
Denver-based GrowCo Inc. said in the filing last week that it owes at least $8.55 million to fewer than 50 creditors, although it disputes several million dollars’ worth of those claims.
Sports Authority vacated the three-story building with a faux Gothic facade in 2016.
The company, which charges members $10 to $40 a month, moves into the spaces left behind when big-box retailers contract.
Austin, Texas-based Endeavor Real Estate Group said Wednesday that it and Denver-based Legend Partners have purchased 7.5 acres of the 41-acre redevelopment site.