6125 Sky Pond Dr. in Loveland. The office building has been placed on the market for an asking price of $9.6 million. Courtesy LoopNet

Sky Pond office building hits market at $9.6M

LOVELAND — The Sky Pond office building in Loveland’s Centerra district has been listed for sale for $9.6 million.

The 29,589-square-foot, two-story building is located just northeast of the I-25/U.S. 34 interchange and directly south of the Chapungu Sculpture Park at Centerra. It is fully occupied between agriculture advising firm K·Coe Isom LLP, wealth advisors Morgan Stanley, Eye Center of Northern Colorado PC and the law firm Peters Schulte Odil & Wallshein.

The current owner is Golden-based Gravical Real Estate Holdings LLC, which paid $8.35 million for the building in December 2011, according to Larimer County property records. The 2.5-acre plot was last valued at $8.5 million.

Ron Kuehl, a broker Realtec Commercial Real Estate Services representing the listing, told BizWest the property’s owner is putting the office on the market in response to high investor interest in the region.

“We feel it is a good time now to maximize value,” he said.

LOVELAND — The Sky Pond office building in Loveland’s Centerra district has been listed for sale for $9.6 million.

The 29,589-square-foot, two-story building is located just northeast of the I-25/U.S. 34 interchange and directly south of the Chapungu Sculpture Park at Centerra. It is fully occupied between agriculture advising firm K·Coe Isom LLP, wealth advisors Morgan Stanley, Eye Center of Northern Colorado PC and the law firm Peters Schulte Odil & Wallshein.

The current owner is Golden-based Gravical Real Estate Holdings LLC, which paid $8.35 million for the building in December 2011, according to Larimer County property records. The 2.5-acre plot was last valued at $8.5 million.

Ron Kuehl, a broker Realtec Commercial Real Estate Services representing the listing, told BizWest the property’s owner is putting the office on the market in response to high investor interest in the region.

“We feel it is a good time now to maximize value,” he said.