Uptown building leased to hotel operator Sonder sells for $6.3M

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The hotel building at 630 E. 16th Ave. in Denver sold for $6.25 million. (Photos by BusinessDen/Thomas Gounley)

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DENVER — For the first time, a building in Denver leased to hospitality startup Sonder has sold.

JDSM 630 16th LLC purchased the 20-unit property at 630 E. 16th Ave., which Sonder operates as a hotel dubbed The Essex, for $6.25 million, according to public records.

The purchasing entity was formed by Denver attorney Don Conty, who said he was part of an ownership group that includes locals who already own apartment buildings in the area.

FirstBank provided financing for the deal. Nik MacCarter and Brandon Kaufman of Nexus represented both the buyer and seller.

The property was sold by Denver-based GM Development, which purchased it in December 2017 for $2.1 million. Prior to GM, the building was used as a hostel, which the city closed for fire code violations in 2016.

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