CCP recently facilitated the sale of a 262,700 SF industrial building in northeast Park Hill, Denver. For decades the building was home to Colorado Container Corporation which manufactured and distributed corrugated cardboard boxes. This building was the second sale of a larger industrial building portfolio along 42nd Avenue.
A bakery just signed a new lease for 1,713 SF at the Edgewater Public Market, less than a half-mile from Sloan Lake. Black Box Bakery, a relatively new business (opening in 2019), has been wowing people with its creativity and cosmonautic marketing theme. Stryker Lewis/CCP helped them to find the ideal location for them in the Denver metro area and negotiated lease terms on their behalf. The bakery's buildout will take a few months, but should be opening for business this winter!
Historically, the events/catering industry has been a very person-to-person business from the very first customer phone call to the catering van driving away after an event. When COVID-19 began sweeping through the United States, just about every business was forced to stop any in-person encounters, unless it was deemed essential for the community. The events/catering industry came to a grinding halt and even future bookings were eventually forced to cancel. With no revenue coming in for the foreseeable future, Riccardo Mazzeo, CEO of Three Tomatoes Catering, had to strip the company budget and surmise how long it could withstand the shutdown.
The former Habitat for Humanity headquarters building at 3245 Eliot Street, Denver recently sold. Kevin Andrews/CCP represented the Buyer, Trailbreak Partners; a long-standing client of CCP. The private equity company purchased the building as part of a greater plan to redevelop the .95-acre site with new apartment housing. Congrats to the Trailbreak Partners team on this new project!
CCP recently facilitated the sale of a 100,340 SF industrial building in northeast Park Hill, Denver. The building sits atop a 2-acre lot, is zoned for heavy industrial use, and has rail access. It was purchased by the owner of Uni-West, the long-time tenant in the building, who will continue the manufacturing of metal finishing products, supplies, and distribution from the facility. This building was part of a larger industrial building portfolio on 42nd Avenue.
David Ray, with CCP, recently represented Planetarie with their new lease of 6,600 SF in an industrial/flex space in Windsor, Colorado! Planetarie is a company that makes and distributes CBDa products. CBD-a, also known as cannabidiol-acid, is becoming more widely accepted/used as a safe and natural way to treat pain, anxiety, or seizures.
Erica Kalhoefer, of CCP, recently represented Carbon America with the sublease of 15,448 SF of office space at the Denver West Offices in Lakewood. As the company was rapidly growing, Erica helped Carbon America quickly locate viable options and negotiate on their behalf.
As the Office Park at Belmar South is nearing its complete renovation, CCP has been tasked with leasing the brand new office spaces owned by Indicate Capital, a firm that specializes in real estate lending and investments.
Thomas Bannigan recently represented Lively Productions with their new lease of a 4,000 SF industrial building in Denver. Lively Productions designs and constructs decor from backdrops, to centerpieces, to graphic design prints for any type of event, from private weddings to large corporate events. (What a cool niche!)
Congratulations to one of our own! Our Principal and Managing Broker here at Column Commercial Partners was recently featured in the CTLF Member Spotlight! CTLF or Colorado Thought Leaders Forum is a local community organization of business professionals who want to make a heart-centered impact as leaders in their company, industry, and community. The spotlight article highlights how Matt lives this adage in his personal life and career. To read the CTLF Member Spotlight, click the button below. Congratulations, Matt!