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Deal Announcement


July 7, 2021

DePaul Real Estate Advisors is pleased to announce the sale of prime industrial development land at Bromley Interstate Business Park.  Lovett Industrial, headed by Charlie Meyer, purchased 41.81 acres from a group of land owners led by Paul DeCrescentis at DePaul Real Estate Advisors.  Jarod Pate represented the sellers in marketing and negotiations.  The buyer was represented by Kirk Vanino and Ron Webert at Lee & Associates.

Bromley Interstate Business Park is a 420-acre business park located along three miles of Interstate 76 in Brighton, Colorado.  The Park is home to several corporate headquarters as well as the regional facilities for a variety of manufacturers and distributors. 

Dubbed Bromley Business Center, Lovett will develop a Class A, modern logistics / distribution / warehouse facility located in the Bromley Business Park in Brighton, CO. The site is accessed via Exit 22 on I-76, 25 miles north of Denver CBD and 14.5 miles from Denver International Airport. The surrounding suburban area is exploding with residential development supporting labor for facilities such as Bromley Business Center. 

DePaul Real Estate Advisors is a Denver-based brokerage and investment firm serving investors in commercial real estate and businesses that occupy commercial real estate.  DePaul’s businesses include asset sales, leasing, arranging senior secured debt, mezzanine debt, preferred equity and joint venture equity for existing and to-be-built projects.  For more information, please contact Paul DeCrescentis at (303)333-9799 or Jarod Pate at (720)881-2727.
 
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We've Joined RECA!


June 29, 2021

DePaul Real Estate Advisors is pleased to annouce our membership with RECA.

RECA members’ core competencies include arranging senior secured debt, mezzanine debt, preferred equity and joint venture equity for existing and to-be-built projects

The Real Estate Capital Alliance (RECA) was formed by a group of boutique real estate capital advisory firms with offices in major metropolitan markets and clients across the U.S. Collectively, the group consisting of 19 member firms and more than 100 originators has arranged over $30 billion in debt and over $2 billion in equity since the Alliance was formed in 2008. The primary purpose of RECA is to leverage the relationships, experience and daily interactions in the capital markets of a larger group of advisors in order to not only ensure that the clients of each company are securing access to the best possible capital in the market, but also to build stronger relationships with the capital providers, increasing the certainty of execution.
 

Source: https://reca.us/

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What's Happening in Colorado


February 9, 2021


76 Freeze
New 247,032 SF Cold Storage Facility Expected to Deliver in 2021


$2.3M West Highland Restaurant
Sassafras Restaurant Will Continue to Operate


Larimer Square's New Owners Buy in Another Denver District
Properties Purchased on Tennyson Street in the Desirable Berkeley Neighborhood


Denver City Council Approves Zoning Amendments for Group Housing
Amendments Will Increase the Number of Unrelated Adults That Can Cohabitate

CALL US TO SEE HOW DEPAUL CAN HELP YOU EXECUTE YOUR PROJECT
DePaul Real Estate Advisors
4500 Cherry Creek Drive South, Suite 860
Denver, CO 80246-1521
303-333-9799
www.depaulrea.com
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What's Happening in Colorado


November 4, 2020

Election Impacts on the Industry
23 Stories about what may change post-election


Larimer Square For Sale

Iconic block is on the market for the first time in almost 30 years


Denver Warehouse Sale
Berkeley Partners lands $32M for 411,485 SF industrial property


Former Rite Aid Converts to Medical Office Condos
Fort Collins condos sell within one year of construction and listing


CALL US TO SEE HOW DEPAUL CAN HELP YOU EXECUTE YOUR PROJECT
DePaul Real Estate Advisors
4500 Cherry Creek Drive South, Suite 860
Denver, CO 80246-1521
303-333-9799
www.depaulrea.com
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Keep Daylight Saving Time in Colorado


October 16, 2020

Benefits of Extending Daylight Saving Time
  • Extending Daylight Saving Time provides Colorado citizens with a level of consistency. This is more important than ever in the wake of Covid-19 and the upheaval and immense change that we have all experienced.
 
  • The opportunity to enjoy time outside and capture more fresh air and vitamin D is an important physical and mental boost. This is especially true for children who are being homeschooled, and for everyone who has been spending more time at home and indoors. Extracurricular programs have been cut or limited for most children. Limited access to gyms and other forms of recreation make outdoor recreation all the more vital.
 
  • Extended daylight hours will benefit restaurants, as they would have the opportunity to extend outdoor seating. Retailers would also see a boost, as shoppers may shop later into the evening.
 
  • The extension of Daylight Saving Time is a no-cost stimulus that benefits everyone. 

If you would like to participate in the efforts to keep Daylight Saving Time, please send your comments to Governor Polis at https://www.colorado.gov/governor/share-comments
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