Continuum Partners Receives $110M Refinancing for Mixed-Use Project in Downtown Denver


The 200-key Kimpton Hotel Born is one component of A Block, a mixed-use development in downtown Denver. (Photo credit: David Lauer Photography)

DENVER — Denver-based Continuum Partners has received $110 million in financing for A Block, a mixed-use development located in downtown Denver.

The 310,055-square-foot project features the 200-key Kimpton Hotel Born, located at 1600 Wewatta St., and a 54,976-square-foot Class A office building with ground-level retail space and a 197-space parking garage, located at 1881 16th St.

Completed in 2017, A Block has two separate components: the 12-story Hotel Born and the five-story office and retail portion. The hotel features 13,937 square feet of flexible meeting space, a fitness center, business center, ground-floor retail space and two food and beverage options, Citizen Rail Restaurant in the hotel lobby and Tavernetta. The fully occupied office building features 7,929 square feet of retail space leased to national tenants.

Eric Tupler, Leon McBroom and Tyler Dumon of HFF arranged the floating-rate loan with a national bank. Loan proceeds will be used to retire the existing construction financing, which was placed by HFF in 2015.

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