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J&H bought the eight-unit, 17,500-square-foot retail building from Greenwood Village-based Western Skies Associates LLC. Jerry Chilson and Randy Marshall of Sperry Van Ness/The Group Commercial LLC represented the seller. James B. Oh of Brokers Guild Cherry Creek Ltd. Represented the buyer.
Built in 1999, Chappelow Square is home to a Kwal paint store, Little Caesar’s Pizza, an Armed Forces recruiting center, a Last Load laundromat, Super Cellular and a Tacos Y Salsas restaurant.
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Chilson said the center has about 16 percent vacancy, with a pair of units empty.
Chilson said the buyers had no redevelopment plans at this time. J&H, he said, purchased the property to hold for the long-term, with plans to find new tenants for the vacant spaces.