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Inland Real Estate Facilitates $95M Sale of 360-Unit Multifamily Community in Metro Denver

Shared amenities at 8000 Uptown Apartments in Broomfield, Colo., include a heated resort-style swimming pool. (Image courtesy of liveat8000.com)

Shared amenities at 8000 Uptown Apartments in Broomfield, Colo., include a heated resort-style swimming pool. (Image courtesy of liveat8000.com)

BROOMFIELD, COLO. — Inland Real Estate Acquisitions Inc. has facilitated the sale of 8000 Uptown Apartments, a 360-unit multifamily community located in Broomfield, 18 miles northwest of Denver. The property sold for $95 million, according to BizWest.

Matthew Tice and Brett Smith of Inland Real Estate facilitated the transaction. The buyer was an unspecified affiliate of Inland. The seller was not disclosed.

Constructed in 2015, the property consists of 19 buildings with 160 one-bedroom, 170 two-bedroom and 30 three-bedroom units. The Wolff Company developed the community on a 14-acre site as part of the transit-oriented, master-planned Arista community, according to the Broomfield Patch. The greater Arista community totals 2,000 acres, including $400 million of residential, commercial, retail, hospitality and mixed-use real estate.

Each unit features at least 9-foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, a washer and dryer, and a private balcony or patio. Community amenities include a clubhouse with coffee and beer on tap, fitness center, business center, playground, resident lounge and a resort-style heated swimming pool.

“8000 Uptown Apartments’ prime location places residents just three miles from the Interlocken Technology business park, where many major employers such as Ball Aerospace, Nexus, Vail Resorts and Oracle have their headquarters,” says Tice of Inland. “Its high-end, Class A amenities and ideal location outside of Denver made this property an attractive purchase and a prime example of the multifamily acquisitions we continue to seek out.”

As of Oct. 27, 2017, the property was 96 percent occupied.

— Katie Sloan

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