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New Vision for Former Denver Post Plant in Globeville

By Katie Rapone The Denver City Council recently approved the rezoning of The Denver Post’s former printing plant in Denver’s Globeville. The site is now approved for mixed-use development with buildings as high as 12-stories. Denver-based Ascendant Capital Partners DNA LLC and Greenwood Village-based Woodspear Properties are the managing members of …

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High Demand for STNL Properties Across the Front Range

DENVER – CBRE  recently completed the sale of four single-tenant, net-leased (STNL) properties — all located within metro Denver — pointing to a larger trend of investor interest in STNL properties for their low-risk, low-maintenance profile. Brad Lyons, Matthew Henrichs and Parker Brown with CBRE Capital Markets’ National Retail Partners in Denver represented each …

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Proposed Downtown Denver Mixed-use Tower Undergoes Redesign

DENVER— Back in March, Mile High CRE reported that a new development called Kenect Denver, proposed for downtown Denver at 2136 Lawrence Street, was currently under review by the Arapahoe Square Design Advisory Board. As the development continues to make its way through the design review process, some extensive changes have been made to …

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1600 Glenarm Place Sells for $131M

DENVER — 1600 Glenarm, a 31-story apartment building in the heart of downtown Denver has sold for $131 million. Northland Investment Corporation, a company registered to Northland Investment Corp. of Newton, Massachusetts, purchased the Iconic mixed-use high rise on Sixteenth Street Mall from RedPeak, Denver-based owner and developer of apartments. …

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Sterling Ranch Welcomes Two New Commercial Tenants

DENVER – Sterling Ranch, a master-planned community located in northwest Douglas County just south of downtown Denver, is pleased to announce two new Colorado-based businesses coming to the community – the Grist Brewing Company and Atlas Coffee. The two companies will soon provide their craft-made products in the community’s first commercial building, the Sterling …

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Three-tenant Retail Building in Westminster Sells for $3.3M

WESTMINSTER — A new construction, freestanding, multi-tenant retail building at 13591 Huron Street in Westminster has sold for $3,250,000, representing $603 per square foot. The three-tenant building includes Dunkin’ Donuts with a drive-thru, Bank of America ATM and Huron Liquor. The property closed at a 5.9 percent cap rate, one …

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Target Opens New Small-Format Store on Denver’s 16th Street Mall

View here DENVER — Today, The Minneapolis-based retailer (NYSE: TGT) Target will open a new 30,000-square-foot, two-story location at 16th and California streets on the 16th Street Mall. The store is part of a nationwide strategy to reach new guests by opening smaller-format stores in urban areas, dense suburban neighborhoods and …

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CBRE Q2 Reports on Denver Office, Industrial and Retail

DENVER — CBRE just released its Q2 reports on Denver’s Office, Industrial and Retail sectors. All three markets demonstrated continued growth during the second quarter of the year. “Overall Denver’s commercial real estate markets continue to show strength in the second quarter of the year. Nearly 10 million square feet …

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DiCK’S Sporting Goods Opening in Fort Collins

FORT COLLINS — DICK’S Sporting Goods the largest U.S.-based, full-line omni-channel sporting goods retailer, will be opening two new DICK’S Sporting Goods stores in July, including one located at 205 E. Foothills Parkway in Fort Collins, CO. A grand opening will be held on July 20 through July 22. DICK’S …

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Denver’s Escalating Property Values Hurting Small Businesses

View here An article published by the Denver Channel highlights Denver’s increasing property values and the negative impact on small businesses in the state. According to the Denver Assessor’s Office the average commercial property shot up 20 to 25 percent. Some local shops have seen their property taxes double in …

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