Vacant Boulder Real Estate Sold

One of the few remaining pieces Boulder real estate without an improvement of in downtown Boulder sold recently.
The approximately 1/7th acre parcel of land sold for 1.6 million dollars.

If you want more info about Boulder real estate, or are ready to buy or sell your own piece of real estate in our area, call or email me so we can get started moving you in the direction that suits your current plans.

If you think that $1.6 million is a lot for vacant land in Boulder, you might be surprised to know that the property was under contract with the buyer, Pederson Development Company, in just seven days.

The new owners have reported that their plans are to build residential housing on the vacant lot. They expect to complete several residences for the downtown location.

Scott Pederson, of Pederson Development Company, is quoted in the BCBR as saying that he favored the Walnut Street location for it’s proximity to the amenities of Pearl Street and other downtown locales, but that it was comfortably away from the bustle of Canyon Blvd and other busier streets.

Pederson also built the Centennial Pavilion Lofts in Louisville which brought 66 loft-style residences to the Centennial Valley near McCaslin Boulevard last year.

Thinking about moving soon? Call or email me, and let’s discuss what your current needs are regarding your move. I’d consider it a privilege to help you get some straight answers about real estate.

-Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker®

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