Stitching the Urban Fabric: Tryba Architects

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David Tryba founded his eponymous Denver firm in 1988 after starting his career in New York City when “a more human, urbanized city” began to bloom, he says. “That whole connectivity to the waterfront is still being formed. It was in the early stages of that where my frame of reference was formed in terms of the importance of connectivity.”

Building Dialogue

June 30, 2017

Separate deals totaling 748 units close for $161 million

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Arapahoe County Address or Location: 2205 S. Racine St. & 12775 E. Pacific Drive, Aurora Improvements: 232-unit, three-story apartment, 1985, & 248-unit apartment complex, YOC 1985-1986 (total 480 units, 449,562 sf rentable area) Land Size: 19.467 acres Date of Recording: 6/21 Reception No. : D7069982 Price: $95M, or $197,917 per unit, or $211.32 psf Grantor:…

John Winslow

June 30, 2017

CH2M to help city, RTD determine 16th Street Mall’s future

16th Street Mall

The city and county of Denver and the Regional Transportation District, with support from CH2M, will kick off the downtown 16th Street Mall alternative analysis and environmental clearance effort to determine the future of the 1.2-mile corridor. The 16th Street Mall is one of Denver's most vital connectors and important public spaces. The collaborative effort…

CREJ

June 29, 2017

Industrial buildings trade for $4.4 million

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Adams County Property Location: 4150 E. 60th Ave., Commerce City Property Description: Six industrial buildings totaling 27,444 sf, with paved site and rail frontage Land Size: 16.92 acres (11 net usable acres, as per broker listing sheet) Sales Price: $4.4M, or $5.97 psf, or $9.18 psf (net) Reception No.: 47750 2017 Grantor: Hampton Yard LLC, Jeff…

John Winslow

June 29, 2017

NHL goaltender Scrivens snags Littleton investment for $6.2 million

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Arapahoe County Property Location: 161 W. County Line Road, Littleton, “Goodwill & Dollar Tree” Property Description: 42,416-sf retail building, YOC 1984, brick construction Land Size: 4.32 acres Sales Price: $6.2M, or $146.17 psf Reception No.: D7062749 Grantor: Dusbabek Farms LLC, Peter S. Dusbabek, mgr. Grantee: W5 Realty LP Alberta Canada, Wayne Scrivens, mgr., & J&B Colorado…

John Winslow

June 28, 2017

Pynwheel spinning multifamily fun, efficiency

Pynwheel

If you scratch the surface of just about any deal, there is a story behind it. The Rebchook Real Estate Corner looks at the what and who that make the Colorado commercial real estate industry spin every Tuesday and Thursday online at CREJ.com. The people behind the deals are passionate about what they do, whether they focus […]

John Rebchook

June 28, 2017

Watumull acquires North Denver business park for $18.1 million

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Adams County Property Location: 6800-6880 N. Broadway, Denver, “Clear Creek Business Center” Property Description: 187,865-sf industrial buildings, YOC 1985 (8 buildings) Land Size: 10.79 acres Sales Price: $18.1M, or $96.35 psf Reception No.: 47383 2017 Grantor: Clear Creek Business Park LLC, Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, Bruce H. Etkin, mgr. Grantee: WPC Clear Creek LLC, Honolulu,…

John Winslow

June 27, 2017

Motel/retail property in downtown Castle Rock trades for $1.1 million

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Douglas County Property Location: 807 N. Wilcox St., Castle Rock Property Description: 2,381-sf motel with 10 furnished rooms & 1,732-sf nursery/greenhouse, YOC 1996, 1,642 sf retail space (total of 5,755 sf) Land Size: 0.42 Sales Price: $1.1M, or $191.14 psf Reception No.: 2017031497 Grantor: Castle Pines Motel LLC, Laurence Michele Blanc, mgr. Grantee: Barnzillare LLC, Joel Gittleman,…

John Winslow

June 26, 2017

Stantec to acquire RNL Design

Global design firm Stantec will acquire RNL, a Denver-based, 134-person integrated architectural, interior and urban design firm.

CREJ

June 23, 2017

CBRE: Suburban Denver tops office occupancy cost increases

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With a 17.2 percent increase year over year, suburban Denver was the fourth-fastest-growing market globally Suburban Denver had the highest increase in prime office occupancy costs—which reflect rent, plus local taxes and service charges for the highest-quality, “prime” office properties—from first-quarter 2016 through first-quarter 2017 among the U.S. markets studied in CBRE Research’s latest annual…

CREJ

June 23, 2017