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Aspen Hospitality Buys Partial Ownership of Hotel Born in Downtown Denver

3/24/23

Aspen Hospitality has acquired partial ownership of the Hotel Born in downtown Denver. Aspen, the hospitality division of Aspen Skiing Company and owners of The Little Nell and Limelight hotel brands, plans to convert the hotel to Aspen Hospitality’s Limelight brand later this year.

First opened in 2017, the luxury hotel has 200 guestrooms, including 23 suites, 14k sf of Class A meeting space and the Citizen Rail restaurant. All areas will be reimagined as part of the conversion to the Limelight brand.

The hotel is located at 1600 Wewatta St, adjacent to Union Station, which is downtown Denver’s primary transit hub providing light rail and bus service across the metro area in addition to direct service to and from Denver International Airport. The neighborhood surrounding Union Station is a vibrant mixed-use district home to some of Denver’s highest-quality office buildings, hotel demand generators, 23,000 residences, upscale shopping and restaurants.

Rick Rush and Carter Gradwell of CBRE Hotels’ Institutional Group represented Continuum Partners in the sale. The Denver-based company originally developed the hotel and will maintain an ownership interest. Continuum Partners, co-master developer of Denver’s Union Station, has retained its exclusive ownership of the adjacent mixed-use property, Block A, which includes an office building, two leased retail spaces and two restaurants—Tavernetta and Sunday Vinyl.

In addition to Limelight Denver, Aspen Hospitality is planning to expand the Limelight brand to Boulder and Mammoth, California (both of which are under construction), joining existing Limelight-branded hotels in Aspen, Snowmass and Ketchum.





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