Colorado

DENVER AND COMMERCE CITY, CALIF. — Flywheel Capital has acquired two industrial properties, 4970 Cook Street in Denver and 5790 Dahlia Street in Commerce City, for an undisclosed price. The acquisitions will expand Flywheel’s industrial outdoor storage (IOS) portfolio. Situated on 2.4 acres, 4970 Cook Street is a 20,000-square-foot, single-tenant, net-leased industrial property. The asset offers fenced secure storage space for businesses with large inventory needs and is currently leased to Goodyear Tire and Rubber. The property has served as Goodyear’s operational base since 1998. Located on 2.1 acres, 5790 Dahlia Street is a 7,000-square-foot industrial facility. In November 2023, TransWood Carriers, a bulk transportation company with more than 40 locations nationwide, signed a long-term lease at the property. Mike Viehmann, Mike Wafer and Mike Wafer Jr. of Newmark represented the undisclosed seller, while Flywheel Capital was self-represented in the deal.

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DENVER — John Propp Commercial Group has arranged the sale of a single-tenant industrial building, located at 4695 N. Ironton St. in Denver. LVPA 4695 N Ironton Street OS Owner LLC acquired the asset from H.A.L. Construction for $5.4 million. Penske Truck Leasing occupies the 20,168-square-foot, multi-bay truck maintenance facility, which is situated on 3.4 acres and fully fenced. John V. Propp and Joshua Cohen of John Propp Commercial Group represented the seller, while Stream Realty represented the buyer in the transaction.

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CRAIG, COLO. — Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors has arranged the sale of Timberglen Apartments, a multifamily building in Craig, a city of fewer than 10,000 residents in the northwestern quadrant of the state. The asset traded for $4.9 million. Located at 3465 Douglas St., Timberglen Apartments offers 54 residences. Michael Krebsbach and Kenny Clarke of Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors handled the transaction for the undisclosed buyer and seller in the deal.

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LONGMONT, COLO. — Thompson Thrift has opened Notch66, a multifamily community in Longmont, a suburb of Boulder. The community is already 30 percent leased. Sitting on 18.4 acres at 2514 Main St., Notch66 features 336 one-, two- and three-bedroom garden-style apartments. Each apartment includes quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, tile backsplashes, walk-in closets, hardwood-style flooring and full-size washers/dryers. Some apartments also include detached garages and private yards. Community amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, clubhouse, resort-style swimming pool and dog park.

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AURORA AND DENVER, COLO. — Malman Commercial Real Estate has arranged the off-market sales of two industrial buildings in Aurora and Denver for a total of $21.2 million. Jake Malman of Malman Commercial Real Estate represented the sellers of the buildings, which total 205,966 square feet. The buyers were not represented in the transactions. In one deal, 4999 LTD sold a 50,050-square-foot industrial warehouse at 4999 Oakland St. in Denver to 4999 Oakland Owner LLC, a Delaware limited liability company. In the second transaction, 40th Street Partners LLC sold a 155,916-square-foot distribution building at 18245 E. 40th Ave. in Aurora to 18245 40th Owner LLC.

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DENVER — Evans Senior Investments (ESI) has arranged the sale of the Novellus Cherry Creek, an assisted living community in Denver.  ESI represented Novellus Living in the transaction. Peaks Healthcare purchased the asset for an undisclosed price. Originally built in 2002, Novellus Cherry Creek comprises 66 assisted living units. The community faced occupancy challenges, with only 36 percent of its units occupied at the time of marketing. In alignment with its broader portfolio strategy, Novellus Living opted to divest its Colorado asset, focusing efforts on its thriving California and Arizona portfolios.

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GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO. — Palo Alto, Calif.-based Pacific Urban Investors has purchased Viridian, a multifamily property in Greenwood Village, a suburb of Denver. Terms of the acquisition were not released. The acquisition marks Pacific’s fourth investment in the Denver market with the firm’s regional portfolio now totaling 884 units. Viridian features 420 apartments with nine-foot ceilings, a resort-style pool, full-sized basketball court and parking ratio of 1.7 stalls per unit.

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CENTENNIAL, COLO. — Copper2 LLC has completed the disposition of Southgate Shopping Center, a neighborhood retail center in Centennial, a suburb of Denver. Arapahoe RHSW LLC acquired the asset for $7.7 million. Located at 6802-6882 S. Yosemite St., the two-building Southgate Shopping Center offers 30,024 square feet of retail space. At the time of sale, the property was 83 percent leased to 13 tenants, including food and beverage, financial services, fitness and personal care services. Jon Hendrickson, Aaron Johnson and Mitch Veremeychik of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller in the deal.

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LITTLETON, COLO. — Confluent Development has unveiled plans for Deer Creek Commerce Center (previously known as Ken Caryl Commerce Center), a 175,000-square-foot industrial project in Littleton, a southern suburb of Denver. Located at the intersection of C-470 and South Kipling Parkway, Deer Creek Commerce Center will consist of two buildings that can accommodate users with requirements of 20,000 to 175,000 square feet. Building features will include ESFR sprinklers, 28-foot clear heights and access to 250 parking spots. Murray & Stafford is serving as general contractor for the development, the groundbreaking of which is slated for later this month. CBRE is the leasing agent for the project.

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