Page 6 - February 21-March 5, 2024 Office To look forward and rise to the challenges ahead requires welcoming change with optimism. It’s how Moss Adams uplifts 1,650 real estate businesses to plan for, and go, where they want to be next. Discover how our industry-focused advisory solutions can help elevate your performance. MOSSADAMS.COM/UPWARD ACCOUNTING – CONSULTING – WEALTH MANAGEMENT U P WA R D Assurance, tax, and consulting offered through Moss Adams LLP. ISO/IEC 27001 services offered through Moss Adams Certifications LLC. Investment advisory offered through Moss Adams Wealth Advisors LLC. ©2023 Moss Adams LLP by Avalon Jacka DENVER – An omnichannel digital advertising platform and services provider relocated its headquarters to the central busi- ness district. Choozle moved from its for- mer 16,000-square-foot office at Catalyst, located at 35153 Brigh- ton Blvd. in River North Art Dis- trict, to an 8,000-sf space at 1125 17th St. The office was renovated by landlord Hines according to Choozle’s specifications prior to move-in, a representative said. Newmark’s Andrew Blaustein represented Choozle in the lease transaction. “The decision to move our headquarters to downtown Denver aligns with our strategic vision for growth and innova- tion,” said Choozle CEO Adam Woods. “We believe this vibrant location will not only enhance our company culture but also provide an ideal setting for attracting top talent in the industry." Choozle downsized its office space because the company wasn’t utilizing the full space of its previous office, whereas Choo- zle uses the entirety of the new space because it was built “per- fectly” for its needs, a representa- tive said. The company wanted a more central location near public transportation options, and the new office is just off the 16th Street Mall and within a 10-min- ute walk from Union Station. “We're excited about the possi- bilities this move brings,” Woods added. “It not only enhances our accessibility to clients and part- ners but also further solidifies our position as a one-stop shop for the best media inventory and expertise.” The 25-floor building under- went renovations in 2018, includ- ing a complete lobby renova- tion; addition of a tenant lounge, conference facilities and outdoor space; and a spec suite program, according to Hines’ website. A Starbucks is located on the ground floor of the building, and chef Troy Guard is expected to open a new HashTAG restaurant at the building this year. A com- plimentary gym for office tenants will open in the spring. The office also provides views of both the mountains and downtown. s Choozle moves headquarters from RiNo to downtown by Avalon Jacka CENTENNIAL – A Class A office facility near Dove Valley traded hands for $9.8 million. North Express LLC pur- chased the 63,302-square-foot property at 6782 S. Potomac St. from 6781 S. Potomac St. LLC, according to Arapahoe County public records. The property features two redundant gen- erators, ESFR sprinklers and a data room. The buyer plans to hold the property long term as an investment. The seller was represented by Unique Properties Inc./TCN Worldwide CEO Sam Leger and Broker Associate Graham Trotter. The buyer did not have a representative in the transac- tion. The property, built in 2002, was fully leased at the time of sale in December. A mini- mum of five years remains on the lease term. The property’s fully leased status paired with its strategic location ensures a stable income for the buyer, a statement from Unique Proper- ties noted. Other News n FRONT RANGE – Shel- don-Gold Realty Inc. facilitat- ed numerous office leases on the Front Range. Atlas CPAs & Advisors PLLC leased 5,854 square feet at 115 Inverness Drive East, Suite 225, in Englewood. Eric Gold of Sheldon-Gold represented the tenant. Landlord Advanced Property Services LLC was represented by Gram Trot- ter and Sam Leger of Unique Properties/TCN Worldwide. Alpine Maids leased 3,630 sf at 2020 S. Oneida St., Suite 100, in Denver. Sheldon-Gold represented both sides of the transaction, with Gold repre- senting the tenant and George Moseley represented the land- lord, SRI Properties. Toxicology Associates leased 1,447 sf at 26 W. Dry Creek Circle, Suite 325, in Littleton. Moseley represented the ten- ant, while the landlord, Legacy Kellogg LLC, was represented by Brian Hutt of CBRE. Risk Technologies Inc. leased 1,304 sf at 7333 W. Jefferson Ave., Suite 110, in Lakewood. Sheldon-Gold’s Greg Johnson brokered the transaction on behalf of the landlord, Renco Properties Inc., while the ten- ant was unrepresented. Oquirrh Mountain Phlebot- omy School leased 1,250 sf at 3595 E. Fountain Blvd., Suite 105, in Colorado Springs. John- son represented the tenant. The Class A office building in Centennial sells for $9.8 million The 63,302-square-foot office at 6782 S. Potomac St. was fully leased at the time of sale. Please see Sheldon-Gold, Page 27