Sought-after Tamarac Shopping Center sells for $20M

Tamarac Shopping Center 17 A LLC paid $20 million, or $291.83 per square foot, for Tamarac Shopping Center, a 68,534-sf, fully leased center at 3333 S. Tamarac Drive.

A sought-after shopping center in Denver recently sold to a buyer boosting its local portfolio.

Tamarac Shopping Center 17 A LLC paid $20 million, or $291.83 per square foot, for Tamarac Shopping Center, a 68,534-sf, fully leased center at 3333 S. Tamarac Drive.

“The sale of Tamarac Shopping Center represented an opportunity for the new owner to add this high-performing shopping center to their Denver portfolio,” said Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP’s Chad Murray. “There was a vast amount of competition for the asset, further proving the attractiveness of well-located, high-performing retail centers as an investment strategy.”

Murray, along with HFF’s Mark Williford and Bryan Ley, marketed the property on behalf of the seller, DDR Corp.

Shadow-anchored by Target, Tamarac Shopping Center comprises three single-tenant, triple-net-leased buildings occupied by Chick-fil-A, Benihana and Bank of the West. The center also includes a 33,099-sf strip center with 12 tenants, including Ace Hardware.

Situated on 7.21 acres, the center is located at the intersection of Tamarac Drive and East Hampden Avenue intersection, which sees more than 61,700 vehicles per day, and more than 131,300 residents that earn an average household income of $90,308 live within a 3-mile radius of the center.

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Jennifer Hayes has been an editor with the CREJ since 2000. Jennifer covers multifamily and retail news in the Denver metro area plus all property types in Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado. She also covers the finance market as well as solicits bylines articles and is editor of the Health Care Properties Quarterly. Before joining the Colorado Real Estate Journal, Jennifer served as the assistant sports information director at Texas A&M-Commerce. She earned her bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Colorado and a master's degree in education from A&M-Commerce. Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and son, learning the ways of being a hockey mom, sports, reading and baking.