Posted by on May 7, 2018

Real estate company Edens has purchased seven buildings around Denver Central Market in RiNo.

The total purchase price was $50.86 million.

Edens is a $6.5 billion real estate owner, operator and developer with properties nationwide, according to the company.

“We pride ourselves in looking at places from the bottom up,” a spokesperson for the company told Denver Business Journal. “We look at it from the human scale.”

The buildings were owned by various groups registered to addresses in Denver, including Macmeier LLC, North of the Border LLC, Wolf Properties LLC.

All of the deeds are signed by Ken Wolf, who worked with Jeff Osaka to develop Denver Central Market.

Per public records, six of the seven buildings transferred are as follows:

  • 2601 Walnut St. sold for $12,162,800.
  • 1336 27th St. sold for $11,540,620.
  • 2601 Larimer St. sold for $11,301,400.
  • 2660 Walnut St. sold for $8,845,000.
  • 2636 Walnut St. sold for $6,006,900.
  • 2631 Larimer St. sold for $1 million.

The spokesperson could not confirm the address of the seventh building and public records weren’t immediately available.

In a popular area of RiNo, tenants of these buildings include Denver Central Market, Park Burger RiNo, Biju’s Little Curry Shop and First Draft Taproom & Kitchen.

Denver Central Market first opened its doors in 2016.

Edens does not have one headquarters, though it originated in Columbia, South Carolina 50 years ago. It has offices in several cities, including Boston, Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas and Miami.

By   – Reporter, Denver Business Journal