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Old Posted Aug 6, 2019, 1:18 PM
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Right next to the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center



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Investment firm plans high-end apartment project in Aurora opportunity zone
Aug 5, 2019 By Andrew Dodson – Reporter, Denver Business Journal


Google gets goofy in this part of town; not sure if it's the drugs or what. But by searching the Hyatt I found the site where this is going.

Looks to me like Legacy made a nice strategic site purchase. Slowly but surely this area looks to be prime property in hindsight - especially now that the Grande VA Hospital is open.
I don't think they have the address correct.

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Old Posted Aug 6, 2019, 5:18 PM
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I don't think they have the address correct.

Nice map find. Business Wire was the one source I didn't click on.

If you clicked on my Google street view that 'for sale' sign is on the north end of the site while on this map the peg is on the south end of the site which could very well be the address given.
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I do think they want to swap the locations of Boulder and DTC, though.
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I do think they want to swap the locations of Boulder and DTC, though.
Ouch. That's some BAD labeling. I'd say more like replace Boulder with "Lakewood" and "DTC" with... more Aurora?
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The important thing is that the IHOP is clearly labeled. Eyes on the prize, folks.
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Nice map find. Business Wire was the one source I didn't click on.

If you clicked on my Google street view that 'for sale' sign is on the north end of the site while on this map the peg is on the south end of the site which could very well be the address given.
the sign you posted is the correct location, but the address in the article is wrong.
Below is the master plan for fitz village:

https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/43730...693a40aae4.pdf

And here are all the plans submitted to the city of Aurora if you are interested:
https://apps2.auroragov.org/developm...n=5btYAyrWC5o=
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Old Posted Aug 8, 2019, 7:05 PM
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the sign you posted is the correct location, but the address in the article is wrong.
Below is the master plan for fitz village:

https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/43730...693a40aae4.pdf

And here are all the plans submitted to the city of Aurora if you are interested:
https://apps2.auroragov.org/developm...n=5btYAyrWC5o=
Interesting stuff. I noticed there was nearly a one year gap in communication. All the detail necessary is something I haven't been aware of but that's what people get paid to do, I guess.

I actually was a bit lucky to figure out the specific site; I'll let others worry about whatever address the property should have.
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Brickhouse At Lamar Station


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http://www.riverpointpartners.com/po...ore-info-soon/
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Located steps from the Lamar Station stop (W Line) in the Two Creeks neighborhood of Lakewood, Colorado, Riverpoint and its investment partners are
currently in development on a ground-up four story multifamily building at the corner of W. 13th Avenue and Lamar Street. The high-end, multifamily
development will include secure parking, and numerous community amenities. Upon completion the project will be one of the most iconic buildings in
the area, while still contextually fitting into the former industrial and artistic neighborhoods.
Brickhouse with 293 apartments is scheduled to be complete by Fall 2021.
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Nuts and bolts are healthy signs of a healthy metro

350-acre master-planned industrial park underway after $18.7M Aurora land buy
Aug 26, 2019 By Andrew Dodson – Reporter, Denver Business Journal
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Attracted by the proximity to Interstate 70 and E-470, plus a host of major road improvements that are in the works nearby, a Kansas City-based real estate development firm closed on land this month for more than half of a 350-acre master-planned industrial park in Aurora that can support about 4.4 million square feet of industrial and mixed-use development.
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NorthPoint Development on Aug. 9 closed on 185 acres at the confluence of I-70, E-470, East Colfax Avenue and Picadilly Road in Aurora for $18.7 million, according to Arapahoe County property records. The deal works out to about $2.33 per square foot. The land will be used as the site for what’s being called the Stafford Logistics Center.
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The development firm, which didn’t have any prior investments in Colorado, has developed more than 67.3 million square feet of industrial product since its inception in 2012, mostly focusing on industrial projects. Construction is now underway on Building 1 inside the Stafford Logistics Center.

The 598,500-square-foot spec warehouse building is slated to deliver in the second quarter of 2020.
Interesting tidbit for those with an extended family.
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Cushman & Wakefield’s Denver industrial team of Aaron Valdez, Tyler Smith and Alec Rhodes represented the seller — a family made up of 11 different owners who inherited the land. That team now represents NorthPoint
Does anybody want to be 'way out there?'
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The building could theoretically accommodate four tenants, but Valdez expects to sign a full-building user. “Maybe two tenants,” he added. “We can accommodate distribution and light manufacturing groups.”

A pair of road improvement projects was a big draw for the site, Valdez said.
The city of Aurora has been working for more than 10 years to create a new interchange at I-70 and Picadilly Road. The $56.6 million project is expected to unlock a roadway network that can better connect people and business to Denver International Airport and the adjacent Colorado Aerotropolis.

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Photo courtesy IMT Dayton Station via CREJ

Savoy sells at second-highest price in 2019
August 31, 2019 By Jennifer Hayes - CREJ
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An Aurora apartment property steps from the Dayton light-rail station sold in one of the highest-priced and largest multifamily sales to close in 2019. IMT Capital LLC purchased The Savoy at Dayton Station Apartments, sold by Starwood Property Trust, which paid $161.5 million for the property in 2016.

The 612-unit community at 3645 S. Dallas St. is second only in number of units to sell this year to the 1,023-unit sale of Ivy Crossing in April.
Being in the Cherry Creek School District is always a value add.
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Courtesy of Cowley Cos. via Biznow

Cowley To Launch Mixed-Use Development In Aerotropolis
August 28, 2019 By Margaret Jackson, Bisnow Denver
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Cowley Cos. is gearing up to launch a 50-acre commercial development at the north end of the 21,000-acre aerotropolis district south of Denver International Airport in Commerce City. The Third Creek development, located on 1,300 acres at 104th Avenue and E-470 interchange 10 minutes from DIA, will anchor the northern end of the aerotropolis area.

When it’s completely built out, Third Creek is expected to have 5,000 residents and provide more than 6,000 new jobs. Nearly half of the land developed will be nonresidential and will accommodate 5M SF of aviation technology space, 1.5M SF of commercial space, 75 acres of mixed-use land and three school sites.
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Superior's entertainment district will include a public plaza.


Courtesy of Ranch Capital LLC

Downtown To Rise In Superior
July 24, 2019 By Margaret Jackson, Bisnow Denver
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Set to rise on 13 acres in the heart of the town’s master-plan area, downtown Superior’s vision for its urban entertainment district includes office space, entertainment, a public plaza, more than 70K SF of retail space and about 400 multifamily residences — all surrounding a lively, walkable Main Street featuring a large public park, proximity to nearby Coal Creek and views of the Flatirons to the north.
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Morgan Ranch DTS LLC, the master developer of downtown Superior’s mixed-use core, is a joint venture between San Diego-based Ranch Capital and Morgan Holdings of La Jolla, California. It has been working on the plans for downtown since 2013. With the downtown core four blocks long on both sides of Main Street, the downtown encompasses eight city blocks. Morgan Ranch is developing five of those blocks.
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