Recent Commercial Acquisitions

Lowe Enterprises invests in office, retail and industrial properties in strategic markets throughout the U.S. with a special focus on value-added and opportunistic investment opportunities. By focusing on assets in growing market segments, and operating these assets using the firm’s local teams, Lowe seeks to consistently deliver above market risk-adjusted returns for our clients.

Denver, CO
The Denver Club
Lowe acquired this 231,454-square-foot Denver Club office building on behalf of a pension fund client. Built in 1954, the 24-story Denver Club is a historic building, one of only two Early Modern buildings in Denver’s Central Business District. A $10 million renovation program was recently undertaken at the property to upgrade the lobby area, elevators and mechanical systems. Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group, is overseeing $1.5 million in additional improvements including common area upgrades and complete demolition and remodeling of two floors and has taken over property management and leasing.
Denver, CO
Solarium
A joint venture between Lowe Enterprises and Edgewood Companies acquired the Solarium office building in Greenwood Village, Colo. The property was purchased for $13.96 million. The 171,189-square-foot, two-tower property was built in 1982 and is configured to accommodate smaller tenants. The property is currently 82 percent leased.