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Key Facts

Year Built 1987
Building Area
Occupancy 73.0 %

Property Description

JLL Capital Markets, as exclusive agent for Westerra Credit Union (the “Owner”), is offering to qualified investors the opportunity to purchase 355 Union Boulevard (the “Property”), an extremely well-located, boutique office building that served as a former bank branch. Currently 73.5% leased, 355 Union Boulevard is a rare value opportunity in one of Denver’s strongest and most stable office corridors, the Union Boulevard Corridor. At 44,000 square feet across four stories, this Class B office building is being offered at a significant discount to replacement costs.

Investment Highlights

  • 44,000 SF
  • 73.5% Occupancy
  • 4.0 Years WALT
  • 6 Tenants
  • 50% of the space is leased to healthcare related tenants
  • Located in one of Denver’s premier business corridors – Union Boulevard.
Last Updated Date: 21 Aug 2020
Larry Thiel
Larry Thiel
Managing Director, Capital Markets
License details
CO-FA.040030452
Jason Schmidt
Jason Schmidt
Managing Director, Capital Markets
License details
CO-EA.001324797

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