Tributary Real Estate Launches Dedicated Brokerage Division
DENVER – Tributary Real Estate, the Denver-based brokerage, development and investment firm responsible for the much-anticipated Revolution 360 and Giambrocco developments in the River North (RiNo) neighborhood, has launched a dedicated brokerage division, led by veteran broker Andy Cullen.
“By expanding our brokerage division and adding a fully dedicated team to this service line, we can better position our clients for long-term success throughout the Denver area,” said Ryan Arnold, partner at Tributary. “Over the course of his career, Andy has earned the lasting respect of clients, owners, tenants and colleagues. Together, we handpicked a team that knows the Denver market inside and out.”
Cullen previously served as a senior vice president with JLL. His growing team will include Amy Aldridge, formerly a vice president at JLL, Jona Behm, previously a licensed transaction coordinator at JLL and Dan Howard, an entrepreneur with experience on both the commercial and residential sides of real estate.
“We look forward to providing a highly personalized experience to our brokerage clients based on trust, respect and a deep understanding of their business goals,” said Cullen. “As Denver’s commercial real estate landscape becomes increasingly crowded and competitive, it’s essential to work with a brokerage team that understands your needs and has the expertise to put you in the best possible space for your business.”
Tributary’s recent brokerage transactions include the sale of NINE dot ARTS office condo in the TAXI development and the purchase of their new 6,400 square foot office/warehouse in the Highlands as well as an expansion for local tech company Ibotta into a second full floor at 1801 California, doubling their size to 76,000 total square feet. Tributary was also recently hired by the Beck Group, a local commercial architecture, construction and development firm, as their local representative broker.
In conjunction with the expansion of the brokerage arm, Tributary also unveiled a new website and branding.
Image of Andy Cullen, courtesy of SideCar PR