2 Buildings at Robinson Marketplace Sell for Combined $5.25M
Denver-based manufacturer of fun, eco-friendly, three-wheeled vehicles, eTuk USA, has purchased two buildings at Robinson Marketplace, located at the north west corner of 6th Ave and I-25 in Denver, for a combined $5.25 million. Robinson Marketplace is comprised of three buildings and is location in a designated Opportunity Zone.
Tyler Smith, Alec Rhodes and Aaron Valdez of Cushman & Wakefield Denver represented the Seller, Central Development, in the transaction and continue to market the former Robinson Dairy Plant, which is a 52,000 square foot Food Processing, Cooler and Freezer Facility for sale and lease. Colin Clancy and Melissa Nochlin of Broad Street Realty represented the buyer.
“It’s been great working with Central Development on this assignment. We’ve received a lot of interest from uses ranging from traditional food groups to hotels, car dealerships, etc., which speaks to this iconic location as well as its Opportunity Zone designation,” said Tyler Smith.
677 Alcott Street is a 37,218-square-foot warehouse and 646 Bryant Street is a 5,937-square-foot office building. Both properties had leases in place at the time of sale.
Map courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield