Micron

Micron building trades for $14 million

Plenty of investors jumped at the chance to buy a Longmont office/research-and-development building leased to a leading technology company. Micron Technology Inc.’s 90,488-square-foot building at 1900 Pike Road ultimately sold for $14 million, or $154.72 per sf. Pacific Acquisitions LLC, an Anchorage, Alaska-based company, was the buyer. The seller was a Crescent Real Estate affiliate.…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

August 15, 2016
3400 Industrial

Broomfield flex/office building sells in $6.92M transaction

A multitenant flex/office building on the U.S. Highway 36 corridor in Broomfield sold to an investment group for $6.92 million. The transaction included the 60,437-square-foot building at 3400 Industrial Lane and approximately nine acres for additional development. The building is 100 percent leased to tenants including Harvest Bible Chapel, Warrior Challenge Arena, Sundew Technologies, Just…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

August 15, 2016

Wal-Mart buys big parcel near airport

Wal-Mart has acquired just under 169 acres of land next to Denver International Airport for $13.6 million, according to public records. While neither the retailer nor those involved in the transaction would comment, talk among Denver area industrial brokers is that Wal-Mart will build a sizable e-commerce fulfillment center on the property. The site is…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

August 15, 2016
Denver skyline

Dedicated affordable housing fund is crucial for Denver

Thousands of people in our city lack access to the simple advantages so many of us take for granted, like a place to call home

CREJ

August 15, 2016

Lydian under construction

Construction is underway on The Lydian, an 8-story mixed-use development at 26th and Welton, in downtown Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood.

John Rebchook

August 15, 2016

This finance game is different

If you are anywhere near the real estate industry, you probably hear your colleagues talking baseball with increasing frequency

CREJ

August 15, 2016
Winslow Report

Winslow Report 8-17-16

The Winslow Report, authored by John V. Winslow, is a compilation of transactions recently completed in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson counties. The information was gathered from county records and deemed to be reliable. Other sources of research include brochures and information verified by owners or listing/selling brokers. Winslow is president of WinComps…

John Winslow

August 15, 2016
Dynia

Architect trades Manhattan for Mile High

Even as a child, Stephen Dynia, the architect responsible for a number of award-winning buildings in Taxi and other buildings in RiNo, showed promise that he would eventually design and reshape buildings and space for a living. For example, where others would see a dining room table, Dynia would see the potential for the space […]

John Rebchook

August 15, 2016
Ace

61-year-old Ace Hardware sells

What may be the first Ace Hardware store in the metro area recently traded hands. “I don’t know if it is the first, but it has to be one of the earliest ones,” said Rob Edwards, who handled the sale with fellow of Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors’ broker Tom Ethington. Officials from the hardware franchise,…

John Rebchook

August 15, 2016
FirstBank

FirstBank makes $36 million RiNo loan

Industry, the cutting edge collaborative workspace, has been in the local and national spotlight a lot since Jason Winkler and his wife, Ellen, opened it in RiNo in 2014. For example, a year ago, the Wall Street Journal described Industry, at 3001 Brighton Blvd., as “an example of the entrepreneurial forces that are luring a…

John Rebchook

August 15, 2016