Colorado Portfolio

Posted: 1/3/2007
475 Units
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About Colorado Portfolio

Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to announce the exclusive listing of an excellent opportunity to acquire 475 units in Denver Metro and Colorado Springs. The Colorado Portfolio consists of two properties located in Denver Metro totaling 216 units and two properties located in Colorado Springs totaling 259 units. Nestled among the trees close to Old Town Arvada, Aspen Point is country-style living with easy access to Denver and Boulder. Located just off Wadsworth Blvd. and W. 58th, Aspen Point is close to numerous retail and shopping centers, as well as minutes away from Downtown Denver. The retail center includes big-box tenants such as Costco, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Sam’s Club, Sport’s Authority, and numerous other retail shops. With easy access to the Rocky Mountains from I-70 and 6th Ave, Mountain Run is located in Lakewood, Colorado between W. Alameda and S. Union Blvd. Mountain Run sits within minutes of numerous job centers, including the Denver Federal Center which employs over 6,200 federal employees and 26 different agencies, making it the largest concentration of Federal agencies outside of Washington, D.C. Citadel Village and Village East both sit in the Rustic Hills Sub-Market of Colorado Springs. Citadel Village is located just off of North Academy and Galley Rd. and in very close proximity to the Citadel Mall and shopping center. Village East sits east of the North Powers and E Platte Ave intersection and just north of the Colorado Springs Municipal Airport. In early November, Frontier Airlines announced plans to build its heavy maintenance hangar in Colorado Springs, which will bring 225 high paying jobs to Colorado Springs. The Army recently announced they will base a newly formed brigade combat team at Fort Carson, bringing nearly 4,900 more soldiers to the post. The new unit would bring the total number of active-duty troops at the Colorado Springs post to nearly 30,000, compared with about 14,500 in 2003.