Separate users buy new Fort Collins medical office condos
Two medical office condominiums at a recently redeveloped site in Fort Collins sold within a year of being constructed and listed. Following WP 3609 Timberline LLC’s purchase of 3609 S. […]
Kris Oppermann SternNovember 2, 2020
Former Toys R Us bldg. sells for conversion to mini storage
Redevelopment is coming to the Citadel area. A long-vacant Toys R Us that was purchased by a partnership last year planning to repurpose it ultimately sold the former retail property […]
Jolene WollettOctober 4, 2020
Vacant Salvation Army facility sells for $6M to developers
A longstanding flex property in Globeville sold to a buyer experienced in redevelopment. Wolf | Stutz Investments, headed by developers Ken Wolf and Ari Stutz, whose prior projects have included […]
Jolene WollettAugust 23, 2020
Food and beverage hall taking shape at 4th Street Crossing
Bluebird Market is set to take flight at 4th Street Crossing, Silverthorne’s new “Main Street” destination. The 29,000-square-foot food and beverage hall at the new downtown destination is tentatively slated […]
Jolene WollettAugust 17, 2020
Dunton, Hampton to repurpose Toys R Us, office property
A long-vacant Toys R Us and an office building along North Academy Boulevard have been purchased by a partnership planning to repurpose the properties. Dunton Commercial, in partnership with Hampton Partners, paid an undisclosed amount for the properties situated at 3770 and 3730 N. Citadel Drive, bounded by Academy, Citadel and Galley Road. The partnership…
Jolene WollettNovember 11, 2019
Historic Loretto Heights property sells for $16.5 million
Westside Investment Partners purchased the historic Colorado Heights University campus – best known as the Loretto Heights campus – for $16.5 million.
Jolene WollettAugust 12, 2018
Denver buyer goes to head of class with retail acquisition
Ventus Co LLC paid $5.3 million, just under $140 per square foot, for Lincoln Center, a 37,867-sf retail center at 2727 N. Cascade Ave.
Jolene WollettOctober 23, 2017
Developers view Oneida as neighborhood gathering spot
Oneida Park, a 29,615-square foot retail center spanning both sides of Oneida Street between 22nd and 23rd avenues in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood, will receive a $10 million redevelopment to transform the center into a walkable urban center.
Jolene WollettJuly 4, 2017