The constructing that’s house to College Hill’s iconic sandwich store Half Quick Subs, together with its neighboring constructing on thirteenth Road, have been scooped up by a neighborhood actual property investor and brokerage.
However concern not, hungry Buffs — the brand new proprietor has no plans to make main modifications to the retail areas.
The greater than 100-year-old properties at 1203 thirteenth St. and 1211 thirteenth St. — about 9,000 sq. toes and 15,000 sq. toes, respectively, in keeping with Boulder County property information — have been offered this month to College Hill Portfolio LLC, a holding firm operated by Latitude40 founder Jay Hebb, for $10 million.
The sellers, in keeping with county information, have been Ellwood Leases LLC and Penn LLC.
“I’m very enthusiastic about this addition to our College Hill portfolio and stay up for additional advancing the numerous capital enchancment tasks taking form within the district. These buildings have an extended, wealthy historical past, which we stay up for honoring and carrying ahead,” Hebb advised BizWest in an e-mail. “Having hosted a few of Boulder’s most coveted eateries together with Cafe Aion and Half Quick Subs to this present day, the property additionally contains residential items with a storied previous as soon as serving as Varsity Corridor in 1912, a facility for the only real use of feminine athletes on the College of Colorado throughout that point.”
Along with the ground-level retail area, the properties embrace second-floor flats.
Hebb stated he’ll regularly renovate each the outside and the inside of the residential items.
“Having lived and labored within the neighborhood for greater than 20 years, I can inform you this can be a very thrilling time for The Hill,” Hebb stated.
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