DENVER — Red Robin International has renewed its office lease for 65,000 square feet of space at Tuscany Plaza in the Denver submarket of Greenwood Village. The plaza is located at 6312 S. Fiddler’s Green Circle. The casual dining restaurant chain has been headquartered at Tuscany Plaza since 2000. NKF’s Jim McGrath and Tom Pappas represented Red Robin in the lease renewal.
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. — Hamilton Zanze has purchased the 364-unit Bella Springs apartments in Colorado Springs for $71 million. The community is located at 1050 Milano Point in the northern part of the city. The garden-style asset was built in 2001. It offers a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans with an average apartment size of 855 square feet. On-site amenities include covered parking, two swimming pools, a fitness center and clubhouse/coffee lounge. CBRE’s Dan..
Security Properties, Oaktree Capital Management Buy 300-Unit Apartment Complex in Colorado for $46.5M
FEDERAL HEIGHTS, COLO. — A joint venture between Security Properties and Oaktree Capital Management has purchased The Lodge on 84th, a 300-unit apartment complex in Federal Heights, for $46.5 million. The community is located at 1327 W. 84th Ave. The Lodge is situated within the northern suburbs of Denver, between the Westminster and Thornton submarkets. The Class B, garden-style community was built in 1973. The property’s units are spread out across 25 residential buildings and 11..
AURORA, COLO. — Inland Real Estate Acquisitions has purchased the 408-unit Après Apartments in Aurora for an undisclosed sum. The community is located at 1503 S. Galena Way. Après Apartments contains 17 three-story buildings with 196 one-bedroom and 212 two-bedroom units. Community amenities include a recently renovated clubhouse, fitness center, resident lounge, two swimming pools and a pet park. Units feature walk-in closets, washer and dryer, fireplace and a private balcony or patio.
BROOMFIELD, COLO. — Invesco Advisers has purchased a 186,231-square-foot office building in Broomfield for $47.1 million. The building is located at 105 Edgeview Drive. The asset is fully leased, with the anchor tenant being Gogo, an in-flight internet and entertainment provider. The newly built property, known as Gogo Building at Interlocken, was developed by Hines and designed by Forum Architects. It is the first phase of Hines’ EOS at Interlocken office campus development. NKF..
DENVER — TH Real Estate has purchased a three-property industrial portfolio in Denver for $50 million. The transaction contains a total of 485,984 square feet. The assets include two infill properties at 6400 Broadway and Bryant Street Quad in central Denver, as well as a large-scale, high-bay industrial property at 16600 Table Mountain in west metro Denver. The properties are fully leased. TH Real Estate is an affiliate of Nuveen, the investment arm of TIAA. NKF’s John Jugl Jr., Paul..
LAKEWOOD, COLO. — A joint venture between Holland Partner Group and North America Sekisui House has purchased the 472-unit Village at Bear Creek in Lakewood for an undisclosed sum. The apartment community is located at 2605 S. Miller Drive in the Bear Creek area. The asset was completed in two phases. It features two swimming pools, sun deck, hot tub, outdoor grilling area, basketball and tennis courts, 24-hour fitness center, business center, two clubhouses, community garden, and access..
DENVER — HFF has arranged the $20 million sale of Tamarac Shopping Center, a 68,534-square-foot retail center in Denver. Chad Murray, Mark Williford and Bryan Ley of HFF arranged the transaction on behalf of the seller, DDR Corp. Tamarac Shopping Center 17 A LLC acquired the property, which was fully leased at the time of sale. Target shadow-anchors the center, which includes three single-tenant buildings triple-net-leased to Chick-fil-A, Benihana and Bank of the West, as well as a..
LONGMONT, COLO. — Broe Real Estate Group has purchased a 461,000-square-foot office/lab facility in Longmont, approximately 15 miles northeast of Boulder. The 24-acre business campus was built in 1989. The property was renovated and expanded in 2001 to facilitate a long-term lease with Maxtor Corp. (now Seagate Technology). Seagate vacated the property in 2007, but continued to make lease payments until the expiration of its lease in 2016. Shortly thereafter, the property was transferred..
Harbert Management Corp., Bancroft Capital Obtain $44.6M Refinancing for Denver Highlands Office Building
DENVER — A joint venture between Harbert Management Corporation and Bancroft Capital has obtained a $44.6 million loan to refinance Denver Highlands, a 359,919-square-foot office property in Denver. The asset is located at 10375 and 10065 E. Harvard Ave. The JV acquired the property in 2014 and repositioned the property. Renovations included exterior building improvements, landscaping, renovated lobbies and common areas, new elevators and tenant amenity space. Proceeds will be used to..