Zocalo opens Coda in CCN

coda

Coda is the latest luxury community to open in Denver and in the booming Cherry Creek North submarket. The 12-story, 182-unit tower, developed by Denver-based Zocalo Community Development, is in the heart of Cherry Creek North at East First Avenue and Steele Street. Zocalo’s partner on Coda, which by definition means everything that came before…

John Rebchook

October 31, 2016

Crescent V trades off market for $240.58 per square foot

Crescent V

One in a series of high-profile office buildings on East Crescent Parkway in the Denver Tech Center sold for $21.7 million, or $240.58 per square foot. Crescent V, a 90,197-sf building at 8450 E. Crescent Parkway, wasn’t being marketed for sale. Principal Real Estate Investors sold the property to 8450 Crescent LLC. Arapahoe County records…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

October 17, 2016

Panasonic ups investment in groundbreaking DIA development

Panasonic Corporation of North America has stepped up its commitment to a groundbreaking smart, sustainable mixed-use development near Denver International Airport. Panasonic made a strategic investment in Rail Stop LLC – the company developing the 154-acre first phase of Peña Station Next. “This is a big step for us,” said Jim Doyle, president of Panasonic…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

October 17, 2016

Bancroft Capital buys another 137,316 sf in Highlands Ranch

Ridgeline Technology Center

Bancroft Capital upped its investment in Highlands Ranch with the acquisition of the 137,316-square-foot Ridgeline Technology Center. Bancroft paid “north of $21 million” for the three-building Class A office property in a deal that comes on the heels of another acquisition in Highlands Ranch in April. “We’ve invested in Colorado since 1994 and look for…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

October 17, 2016

MOTO sells for top dollar

MOTO

When Brent Farber unveiled plans for MOTO almost exactly two years ago, he had high hopes for the boutique apartment building. Even the name spoke to its special niche he believed it held. MOTO is an acronym for middle of town. But even his bullish outlook was exceeded with the recent sale of MOTO at […]

John Rebchook

October 17, 2016

Barrister: office to apartments

Barrister

Like so many grand old buildings in Capitol Hill, the one at 1535 Grant St. has a name. It is called the Barrister building, which according to public records, was built in 1906. It apparently was called the Barrister because it initially served legislators and attorneys. Whether it began life as an apartment building or […]

John Rebchook

October 17, 2016

Neighborhood retail space in Longmont trades for $7.7M

Fox Creek Marketplace

A 1031 exchange investor bought the inline space at Fox Creek Marketplace in Longmont for $7.7 million, or $304.90 per square foot. Fox Creek Marketplace, located at the southeast corner of East 17th Avenue and Pace Street, is shadow-anchored by Safeway, which also has a gas pad on site. The 25,254-sf multitenant retail space sits…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

October 3, 2016

JPMorgan Chase pays $18.32M for 106 acres in Broomfield

JPMorgan Chase paid $18.32 million for a large tract of land at North Park in Broomfield. McWhinney CCOB Land Investments LLC sold the property, which comprises 106.12 acres. A JPMorgan Chase spokeswoman said the company couldn’t yet comment on the transaction. McWhinney, which confirmed the sale, also declined to comment. The parcel is located at…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

October 3, 2016

Toddy signs lease for 42,000 sf in new spec industrial building

Centerra spec

A growing Northern Colorado company that developed and sells cold-brew coffee makers has signed a lease for about half of McWhinney’s new 83,890-square-foot speculative industrial building at Centerra in Loveland. Fort Collins-based Toddy, known for its Toddy Cold Brew System, will take approximately 42,000 sf in the building at 5195 E. 37th St. McWhinney is…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

October 3, 2016

Inland buys Westlink

Inland Real Estate Acquisitions recently paid $63.05 million for the 244-unit Westlink at Oak Station apartment community in Lakewood. The sale price per unit for the recently developed community at 1665 Pierson St. equates to $258,402 per unit and $270.67per square foot. It marks Inland’s first purchase on the West side of the Denver metropolitan […]

John Rebchook

October 3, 2016