HFF Announces the Sale of EVIVA on Cherokee in Downtown Denver

04 February 2019

DENVER, CO – February 4, 2019 – Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) announces the sale of EVIVA on Cherokee, a Class AA, high-rise apartment building in the Golden Triangle neighborhood of Denver, Colorado.

The HFF team marketed the asset exclusively on behalf of the project’s developer and seller, a partnership between The Integral Group LLC, a national real estate development and investment firm headquartered in Atlanta, and Wanxiang America Real Estate Group, a Chicago-based real estate investment firm.

EVIVA on Cherokee is a Class AA 18-story, concrete constructed building completed in 2017.  Located at 1250 Cherokee Street, the property is ideally located in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood within one block of the Daniel Libeskind-designed Denver Art Museum, the Clyfford Still Museum and the Kirkland Museum, among several other museums and art galleries.  EVIVA on Cherokee is also ideally located between Denver’s CBD and Cherry Creek and is within walking distance to popular dining and entertainment options.

Homes at EVIVA on Cherokee average approximately 820 square feet and feature industrial-inspired finishes such as exposed concrete, high-gloss custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, sliding barn doors and floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning city and mountain views.  Community amenities include a resort-style saltwater pool with private cabanas, outdoor grilling area, bocce ball court, fire pits, state-of-the-art fitness center, movie room with billiards, demonstration kitchen, private indoor/outdoor conference room, rotating art gallery throughout the common areas, dog wash and 24-hour concierge services.

The HFF investment advisory team representing the seller included managing director Jordan Robbins and directors Anna Stevens, Mack Nelson and Chris White.

“EVIVA on Cherokee is a best-in-class, trophy asset located in the highly desirable Golden Triangle neighborhood, one of Denver’s most exciting creative districts,” Robbins said.  “The limited availability of concrete, high-rise apartment communities in Denver created significant interest in the asset.”