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Capitol Hill apartment complex sells to Boulder investor

Denver County Property Location: 600 & 624 Pennsylvania St., Denver Property Description: 53-unit, five-story walk-up-style apartment building, 36,641 sf, YOC 1962 (renovated in 2015), brick construction Land Size: 31,250 sf Sales Price: $12.85M, or $242,453 per unit Reception No.: 2017124604 Closing Date: 9/18 Grantor: JM Pennsylvania, Jason McCool, mgr. Grantee: M and G LLC, Randal…

John Winslow

October 9, 2017
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Museum acquires site near National Western Complex for $88.68 per square foot

Denver County Property Location: 4700-4712 Brighton Blvd., Denver Property Description: garage and two houses, (land value) Land Size: 11,277 sf Sales Price: $1M, or $88.68 per sf Reception No.: 2017124750 Closing Date: 9/21 Grantor: PMC Land LLC Grantee: Denver Police Museum Development Group LLC, Lance Nading, mgr., & Mark Hesse, president Financing: $650,000 with 0%,…

John Winslow

October 6, 2017

Daycare center kismet

Lore has it that clients of McKinley & Hill Antiques included Ralph Lauren, Hugh Hefner and Oprah. The after-hour “sherry hour” soirees in the establishment that among other things sports an indoor, 12-foot-deep swimming pool in Wheat Ridge, were as legendary as the clients of the proprietors, Bud Hill and Matt McKinley. McKinley died about…

John Rebchook

June 6, 2017

Niederman bullish on commercial real estate

There are plenty of shiny, new office towers sprouting along the southeast corridor where Peter Niederman could easily lease 25,000 square feet for his residential real estate firm. So why did Niederman, CEO of Kentwood Real Estate, one of the nation’s most successful residential real estate firms, instead decide to build his own office building,…

John Rebchook

April 20, 2017

Leadership expert headlines CREW event

“Leaders often keep secrets because they believe others will find it difficult to understand the basis for their leadership success or failure. They believe others will scoff at the simplicity or complexity of their leadership style or criticize their work ethic. Many leaders find it even harder to share their secret fears, weaknesses and self-doubts…

John Rebchook

March 2, 2017

Trump connects with Morean

Richard Morean recently was enjoying lunch with some real estate buddies at Seasons 52 Wine Bar & Grill in Park Meadows. No surprise, the conversation turned to politics among the friends, who lean both to the right and the left of the political spectrum. “Hey, remember that article about you, 'Trump’s loss is Denver’s gain'?”…

John Rebchook

February 2, 2017

Rebchook Real Estate Corner brought to you by CREJ

Rebchook Real Estate Corner is a new column by John Rebchook that can be found at Welcome to my new commercial real estate column at Jon Stern, owner and publisher of CREJ, has given me the opportunity to look under the hood of all aspects of commercial real estate with my column, the Rebchook…

John Rebchook

January 31, 2017