Property Description: You can be part of Colfax Avenue Business Improvement District in a premier location. The location on Colfax Avenue and Gilpin Street is bustling with activity all day long. If you need office space in one of Denver's most popular location, this is the place. The three story stand-alone building with basement storage is a light, bright spacious unit with high ceilings and 20+ offices is a blank canvas to do what you wish. There are multiple offices, conference rooms and three bathrooms with light from windows on all four sides.
Property Highlights: Square Footage: The space measures approximately 6,671 square feet with an additional 1,652 square feet of storage in the basement. Layout: The space is rectangle shaped with the front door and front windows facing south. There are multiple offices with light from windows on all four sides. Bathrooms: There are three bathrooms. HVAC: The space has a boiler system. Stairs: Two stairwells Parking: This location is accessible by public transportation. Additional parking may be available for an additional monthly charge. Outdoor Space: Private fenced courtyard with gate. Rent: Rent is $8,000/month for 1 to 2 year lease Plans: Building Plans: Available on request Security System: Installed
Property Details: -Minimum Divisible Size: 6,671 SQ FT main level with 1,652 SQ FT storage basement room. -Maximum Contiguous Size: 6,671 SQ FT main level with 1,652 SQ FT storage basement room -Base Rent: $8,000/month, Modified Gross, Short Term Lease -Security Deposit is Two Months -Building Access: 7 days per week, 24 hours a day. -Signage: Window Signage. Cost paid by Tenant. -Tenant Improvement: Responsibility of the tenant. -Parking: May be available at additional charge. -Repairs & Maintenance: Landlord has NO repair obligations. Tenant assumes all repairs & maintenance. -Total Rent: $8,000/month for 1 to 2 year lease -Building Plans: Available on request Internet: Website: www.1717EColfax.com Virtual Tour: https://tours.goodkarmaphoto.com/public/vtour/display/1118835?a=1 Broker Co-op: 3% Paid by Landlord to Actively Licensed Colorado Realtor. If a Realtor is involved this MUST be disclosed to Listing Broker at First Communication and attend ALL showings in order for the Co-op to be Paid. Disclaimer: Please note, all information furnished in this presentation regarding this property for lease has been secured from sources we believe to be reliable and Buildings and Residences accepts no responsibility for it's correctness. We encourage verification of all numbers and square footage of space & building prior to making any decisions. We owe duties to Landlord, which include utmost good faith, and we negotiate on behalf of and as an advocate for the Landlord. COLFAX AVENUE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
The Colfax Ave Business Improvement District (BID) promotes economic vitality, implements a clean and safe street program, and advocates on behalf of area businesses among public and private partners. We are funded by a tax on commercial property located within the BID’s boundaries (approximately Grant to Josephine, between 14th and 16th). Founded in 1989, the organization is governed by a volunteer board of directors representing a diverse mix of area businesses and property owners and who are appointed by the Mayor.
The Colfax Ave BID is dedicated to cultivating a clean, safe and friendly environment on Colfax. We provide enhanced services to the business corridor such as trash removal, street cleaning, security, streetscape improvements, marketing and promotional services as well as liaising with surrounding community groups. The BID also works closely with Denver Police, the Office of Economic Development, the Department of Public Works, Community Planning & Development, and other organizations to represent the needs of area business and property owners.
Colfax Avenue is rich with a storied past and the story of Denver’s continuous evolution. Streetsblog Denver editor, David Sachs, calls Colfax the “most democratic street in Denver” referring to a wide range of personalities, businesses, and wealth along America’s longest commercial street. Playboy Magazine coined Colfax the “longest, wickedest street in America” and Jack Kerouac wrote about Colfax Avenue in the Beat Generation novel On the Road. It began as a major thoroughfare during the Gold Rush and then transformed into US 40 which ran 3,157 miles from Atlantic City to San Francisco, seamlessly traversing the entire state of Colorado, before the interstate system was built. Originally called “Golden Road”, as well as Grand Avenue, Colfax Avenue changed its name in honor of Schuyler Colfax, a powerful Indiana congressman and Speaker of the House of Representatives at that time. As Denver grew from its infancy at the confluence of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River, it moved up “the hill” along Colfax bringing greater density of residents to support businesses. Building transit also helped economic development of the corridor. It had a streetcar trolley down the center of the street until 1950. Thankfully, with the help of the Colfax Ave Business Improvement District (the City’s second oldest BID), neighbors, the City of Denver, and private developers, Colfax is strong and ready to reclaim its title as Denver’s premier “main street” once again. The street’s growing vibrancy provides more “eyes on the street” and is attracting newer businesses to join the iconic Colfax “institutions” such as Pete’s Kitchen, Pete’s Satire Lounge, Voodoo Doughnut, Tom’s Diner, The Irish Snug, and more. It has a thriving live music scene with The Fillmore, The Ogden Theater, The Lion’s Lair and many more bars serving up live music as well. Colfax is known for its originality, both in character and in businesses. Colfax supports local businesses and even though some national chain stores have popped up along the corridor, its identity is in the small, locally-owned shops. The Colfax Renaissance is well underway and currently enjoys great support from the community, the City, and investors. Colfax is “open for business”!