CH2M’s headquarters sell for $122 million in Englewood

Columbia Property Trust sells suburban Denver campus for $122 million.

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9191 South Jamaica Street in Englewood. (Business Wire)

9191 South Jamaica Street in Englewood. (Business Wire)

A New York-based investment firm recently scooped up the campus south of Denver that houses the global civil engineering firm CH2M.

Angelo, Gordon & Co. paid $122 million for the 370,485-square-foot campus in Englewood, according to a news release sent Friday.

CH2M fully leases the three buildings on the campus and signed a renewal in late 2015 extending its lease through September 2032. The company has more than 20,000 employees, according to its website.

Angelo, Gordon and & Co. bought the campus from New York-based Columbia Property Trust Inc.

Columbia purchased the space in 2007 after it was constructed. The company is currently selling a fourth building adjacent to CH2M’s campus and plans to focus on properties in central business districts going forward, the release states.

Business & data reporter Adrian D. Garcia can be reached via email at agarcia@denverite.com or twitter.com/adriandgarcia.

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