Colorado investor drops $13 million for ice cream shop, DMV and other Westminster buildings

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Summit Square shopping center in Westminster (Courtesy of CBRE)

Summit Square shopping center in Westminster (Courtesy of CBRE)

An unidentified Colorado investor recently doled out $13 million for the Summit Square shopping center in Westminster.

The center includes five buildings near the northeast corner of Federal Boulevard and West 84th Avenue. The Denver-based investor paid the largest amount for a non-grocery anchored shopping center so far this year in metro Denver, according to the real estate firm CBRE.

CBRE represented the seller, Arizona-based AZG Summit Square LLC, in the transaction. Summit Square II LLC was the buyer.

Summit Square II has an opportunity to add to the shopping center by developing a vacant pad site on the 94,244-square-foot property. The center already includes Big Time Trampoline, Inspire Fitness, Adams County DMV, H&R Block, Blackjack Pizza, Grease Monkey and Baskin Robbins.

Business & data reporter Adrian D. Garcia can be reached via email at [email protected] or

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