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A one-of-a-kind property has hit the market in Denver’s Central Business District where high-rise offices, hotels and old warehouses have dominated the hot property roster in recent years.

The latest “for sale” sign – with an asking price of nearly $8.5 million – is hanging on the 94-year-old Central Branch of the YMCA. The six-story, 173,078-sf building sits on about a full acre at the intersection of 16th Ave. and Lincoln St., one of the CBD’s busiest crossroads. Charlie Woolley, head of the Denver-based St. Charles Town Co. listing agent, told GlobeSt.com the decision has been made “in an effort to better serve its members.”

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