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Etkin Johnson enters NoCo industrial market

A longtime Colorado commercial real estate company is entering the Northern Colorado market with a 200,000-square-foot industrial/flex development at Interstate 25 near Crossroads Boulevard in Loveland. Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners will develop two speculative Class A buildings at Axis 25, a 14.18-acre site with interstate visibility. The Denver-based company plans to break ground toward…

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 15, 2020

Industrial building/climbing gym fetches price of $175.34 per sf

A 92,080-square-foot building that houses North America's largest climbing gym and two industrial tenants sold for $16.15 million, or $175.34 per sf. Monterey, California-based Call Family Trust bought the property at 1050 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood from Ogilvie Properties. Ogilvie acquired the property, formerly Sports Authority’s headquarters, in 2017 and repurposed it as industrial…

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 7, 2020

NexGen acquires big block of vacant industrial space

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Kris Oppermann Stern

March 4, 2020

Industrial center sells for record $199.32 per sf

A pair of new industrial buildings in Broomfield sold for a record $199.32 per square foot as prices for industrial investment properties continue to escalate. San Francisco-based Stockbridge Real Estate paid $47.8 million for Interpark Industrial Center, a two-building, 239,816-sf property on 16.13 acres at 11325 Main St. and 11380 Reed Way. United Properties developed…

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 2, 2020

Industrial Outdoor Ventures buys two Adams County sites

A Chicago company that invests in outdoor storage facilities has acquired approximately 30 acres in Commerce City for $11.56 million. Industrial Outdoor Ventures bought 21.32 acres at 10600 Havana St. and 11.88 acres at 8780 E. 93rd Place. Both sites have heavy industrial zoning and will be developed with an emphasis on outdoor storage. Newmark…

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 2, 2020

Focus pays $54 million for Triad at Orchard Station

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Kris Oppermann Stern

February 29, 2020

NAIOP Colorado awards honor industry professionals, top projects of 2019

The new Mission Ballroom in the River North Art District received top honors as Development Deal of the Year at NAIOP Colorado’s annual Awards of Achievement in Denver Thursday evening. The 60,000-square-foot concert venue developed by Westfield Company Inc. and AEG Presents was among numerous projects completed in 2019 that were recognized at the event,…

Kris Oppermann Stern

February 28, 2020

SKB joins Downtown Englewood revitalization team

Following an 11-month competitive process, the city of Englewood selected Portland-based ScanlanKemperBard Cos. as the preferred master developer for the city to partner with in redeveloping key portions of Englewood CityCenter. Englewood City Council recently approved an initial exclusive negotiation agreement with SKB. Together, the city and SKB will evaluate opportunities for bringing new hotel, multifamily…

CREJ

February 26, 2020

Renewable energy company takes 23,215 sf in Windsor

A second renewable energy company leased space in a 62,280-square-foot industrial building in Diamond Valley Tech Center in Windsor. Bold Renewables, an Advanced Energy carve-out that services and maintains solar central inverters, signed a seven-year lease for 23,215 sf at 840 Diamond Valley Parkway. Vestas Wind Systems also is a tenant in the building. Bold…

Kris Oppermann Stern

February 20, 2020

Earth Treks building in Englewood sells for $16.15 million

A 92,080-square-foot building that houses North America's largest climbing gym and two industrial tenants sold for $16.15 million. Monterey, California-based Call Family Trust bought the building at 1050 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood from Ogilivie Properties. The building, formerly Sports Authority's headquarters, was fully renovated in 2018. It is 100% leased to Earth Treks, which…

Kris Oppermann Stern

February 19, 2020