C&A, Commonwealth Group Sell 288-Unit Multifamily Community Near Denver for $72M


Elements at Prairie Center in Brighton, Colo., is a 100-percent geothermal apartment community featuring 288 residential units.

BRIGHTON, COLO. — A partnership between Littleton, Colo.-based C&A Cos. and Delaware-based Commonwealth Group has completed the disposition of Elements at Prairie Center, an apartment community in Brighton, a northeast suburb of Denver. Akron, Ohio-based Summit Management acquired the property for $72 million.

Developed in 2018 by C&A Cos. and Commonwealth Group, Elements at Prairie Center is the second apartment community the partnership has developed in the Brighton area that are fully powered by geothermal energy. Situated on 15 acres, the property features 264,579 rentable square feet spread across 288 one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Community amenities include a resort-style outdoor swimming pool, off-leash dog park and fitness center.

Dan Woodward, David Potarf and Matthew Barnett of CBRE represented the sellers in the deal. Brady O’Donnell, Jeff Halsey and Jill Haug of CBRE Capital Markets Debt & Structured Finance arranged acquisition financing for the buyer.

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