LD Holdings LLC bought 325 Interlocken B, a 23,011-square-foot flex building. National Entertainment Network, the largest entertainment vending machine company in the U.S., occupies the property with several years remaining on its lease.
The building was part of an $11.97 million portfolio of properties that Real Capital Solutions bought in Interlocken Advanced Technology Environment in Broomfield. RCS sold 325 Interlocken A in 2014.
“It was part of the plan when we purchased the portfolio to sell off those two buildings,” said Real Capital Solutions’ Graham Riley. “The JLL guys did a good job of finding the right buyer for the property.”
JLL brokers Jason Schmidt and Patrick Devereaux represented the seller. Tyler Reed and Mitch Zatz, also of JLL, represented the buyer.
Read the entire article in CREJ’s Jan. 6-19 issue.