AURORA, COLO. — Pathfinder Partners, a San Diego-based investment firm, has acquired a 104-unit independent living community within the Shalom Park Senior Living Campus in the Denver suburb of Aurora. Pathfinder, along with Denver-based Hillcrest Development Group, paid $16 million for the property and plan to implement $3 million of improvements. The community, which Pathfinder will rebrand as V-Esprit, is situated on approximately 15 acres and includes 104 units consisting of 60..
PUEBLO WEST, COLO. — Faris Lee Investments has arranged the $2.4 million sale of Pueblo West Retail Center, a 13,000-square-foot, Walmart Supercenter shadow-anchored strip center located in Pueblo West. The triple-net-leased property is fully occupied by eight tenants including Little Caesars, Jackson-Hewitt, Fantastic Sam’s and Sally Beauty Supply. Tom Chichester of Faris Lee represented the buyer, a private investor from San Clemente, Calif. CBRE represented the seller, a private..
DENVER — Inline Distributing Co. has purchased its new 69,550-square-foot industrial facility at Crossroads Commerce Park in Denver. The building is situated along 52nd Avenue just west of Washington Street in unincorporated Adams County. Construction on the facility commenced last fall. It was completed in early June. Murray & Stafford was the general contractor, while Ware Malcomb acted as architect. JLL’s Nick Steitz represented the construction products supplier, while..
DENVER — Swisslog Healthcare has signed a 10-year lease for 29,731 square feet of office space in Denver. The space is situated within the 90-acre Circle Point Corporate Campus at Circle Point 2. The lease was part of Swisslog Healthcare’s goal to relocate its global headquarters from the Montbello industrial neighborhood to the tech-savvy Northwest Corridor. JLL’s Jason White, Billy Byrne and Mitch Zatz represented the material transport, medication management and supply chain..
FORT COLLINS, COLO. — Cress Capital has purchased a 500,000-square-foot office and flex industrial portfolio in Fort Collins. The property is known as the Prospect Portfolio. It was built between 1984 and 2004. Prospect Portfolio is situated near the intersection of Prospect and Timberline, one mile west of I-25.
LAMAR, COLO., MONTE VISTA, COLO., AND MYRTLE POINT, ORE. — Lancaster Pollard has arranged $9.5 million in FHA financing for Summit Healthcare REIT. The loans will refinance the acquisition loans on three skilled nursing facilities in the Western United States. The three facilities are Juniper Village at Lamar, a 60-unit skilled facility in Lamar; Juniper Village at Monte Vista, a 58-unit facility in Monte Vista; and Myrtle Point Care Center in Myrtle Point, which features 28 units of..
DENVER — Church’s Chicken has entered into a multi-year development deal with Goalz Restaurant Group LLC to develop 20 Church’s Chicken restaurants per year in six states. The agreement, which will affect expansion in Colorado, as well as Florida, Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina and South Carolina, is Church’s largest ever with a single operator. For the new development deal, Shawn Eby, president of Goalz Restaurant Group, partnered with American Development Partners (ADP) for..
GUNNISON, COLO. — A limited liability company has acquired the 107-room Holiday Inn Express & Suites Gunnison for $9.7 million. The hotel is located at 910 E. Tomichi Ave., southeast of Grand Junction. The LLC plans to improve the hotel. Gordon Allred, Shane Hanrahan and Neville Rustomjee of Marcus & Millichap represented the buyer. Allred and Rustomjee also represented the seller, another LLC, in this transaction.
DENVER — Union Investment has purchased the Triangle Building, a 21,000-square-foot office building in Denver, for $154 million. The building is situated directly opposite Union Station in the Lower Downtown district. The Triangle Building is 98 percent leased to tenants like media firm Liberty Global, WeWork and software company AutoDesk. The seller was a joint venture between an affiliate of Starwood Capital Group and East West Partners.
BRUSH, COLO. — Lancaster Pollard has closed $34.7 million in financing for the refinancing and expansion of Eben Ezer Lutheran Care Center in Brush, approximately 90 miles northeast of Denver. In addition to refinancing existing debt with long-term, fixed-rate financing, the loan will allow for construction of 46 units of memory care in three buildings, a 54-unit assisted living building and new physical therapy area. The expansion will also include a new kitchen, laundry and central..