KORE INVESTMENTS NEWS


Re/Max HQ building in DTC sells for $115M


The Denver Tech Center building that houses Re/Max’s headquarters has sold in a nine-figure deal.

Greenwood Village-based KORE Investments paid $115.2 million last week for the 12-story, 242,000-square-foot Re/Max Plaza building at 5075 S. Syracuse St. in Denver, according to county records.

Jack Kim, founding principal of KORE — which stands for Kingdom Oriented Real Estate, a nod to what he describes as Christian business practices — called the building “truly a trophy asset.”

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Trophy asset in DTC sells for record $115.2 million

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A Denver-based company has acquired a trophy property anchored by a headquarters office building for $115.2 million, or $475 per square foot – a record for the southeast suburban office market.

KORE Investments purchased Re/Max Plaza in an off-market deal. The 242,497-sf property at Interstate 25 and East Belleview Avenue includes the 12-story Re/Max International headquarters, and neighboring Shanahan’s Steakhouse and soon-to-open Snooze restaurant building.

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The Latest In A Busy Market: SE Suburban Denver Office Trades For Nearly $11M


Locally based KORE Investments acquired Republic Park I, a 91K SF office building at 9250 East Costilla Ave. in Greenwood Village for $10.8M, the latest in a string of investment sales in Denver's southeast suburban market. The seller was Lakewood-based LNC Investments.

Built in 1983, the six-story brick-and-glass building was most recently renovated in 2015, with upgrades in its common areas and lobby. The property, which sits on 4.1 acres, is 96% leased.

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Corporate Tithing: An Interview with Jack Kim

Jack Kim, Founder and Principal at KORE Investments, and a WaterStone giver, was recently interviewed by Jeff Haanen, the Executive Director at Denver Institute for Faith & Work. In this interview Jack and Jeff discuss Jack’s business model, philosophy of giving, and why we should tithe even if it means ordering off the dollar menu at McDonald’s.

Jeff Haanen: Let me ask you a few questions about the KORE Investments business model. Would you share your philosophy of how you do your business differently?

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