Rivendell Global Real Estate Buys Multifamily Community in Boulder for $15.6M

by Nellie Day

BOULDER, COLO. — Rivendell Global Real Estate has acquired a 26-unit apartment community in Boulder known as 17-Walnut for $15.6 million. The community is situated in the East End corridor of downtown.

The sale closed at $654 per square foot, the highest price for a multifamily community within 750 miles of the property, according to ARA Newmark, which represented the seller, Element Properties, in this transaction.

Nearby office activity includes Twitter moving into a new 60,000-square-foot space and Google building a $150 million campus set to house 1,500 employees.

The community was built in 2015. Community amenities include heated underground parking, bike storage and repair shop, private courtyard with barbecue grills, dog wash, and lobby with Wi-Fi, coffee bar and breakfast service.

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