Developer Buys Marathon Oil Land

Publish date
09/16/2013
Source
Denver Post
Main Category
Mixed-use Development
Article Summary
An affiliate of Watt Investment Partners bought the vacant Marathon Oil campus at South Broadway and East Dry Creek Road in Littleton. The California developer paid $21.5 million for the 77 acre tract, or about $279,000 per acre. The City of Littleton previously approved redevelopment plans for the property, including about 250,000 square feet of retail and office space and 900 residential units constructed in a neo-traditional design clustered around a 3.5 acre central park. .  
Zipcode
80122

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