The portfolio includes Tabor Center, US Bank Tower, 1560Broadway, 410 17th St. and Dominion Plaza. All but 1560 Broadwayare located along 17th Street. The Tabor Center property includesland for an additional building for which the JV plans to breakground later this year.

The seller's broker, CB Richard Ellis tells GlobeSt.com thepending transaction is the largest Denver has ever seen by a factorof three and will make Tim Callahan, the one-time president and CEOof Equity Office Properties, the largest landlord in the DowntownDenver. The sale is scheduled to close on Thursday, March 29.

CB Richard Ellis' local executives Mary Sullivan, Ron Urgitusand Tim Swan handled the disposition. The trio comprises the firm'sinstitutional investment group. A CBRE team that includes KevinFoley, Phil Ruschmeyer, David Hart and Chris Phenicie has beenretained by the new owners to lease four of the five buildings inthe portfolio, and the company's property management unit has beenretained to manage all five properties.

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