3358 - 3360 N Navajo St, Denver, CO, 80211

3358 - 3360 N Navajo St Denver, CO 80211

Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Jul 14, 2022


  • Leased through 2023
  • 3.97% CAP on Current Income - Combined with Corner Bar
  • 2 off street parking spaces reserved in the rear
  • Will rent consistently while working through development plans with the City and County
  • Unbeatable location- Below market rent


Fantastic rental property in the heart of the Denver Highlands. This 4 Bed/1Bath home is currently leased through July, 2023 for $2,400/month - a $26,035 NOI. Combined with the neighboring corner lot at 3360 N Navajo gives the 2 parcels a combined square footage of 6,020 SF - well over the minimum lot size of 4,500 SF to build a new duplex, urban house, tandem house, or much more. Corner lots have additional density possibilities including row homes. Join surrounding new developments with a truly irreplaceable parcel with beautiful northern views, easy walking to a multitude of bars, restaurants, concert venues, sporting stadiums, and all there is to love about Downtown and the Denver Highlands.

Located near the corner of W 34th Ave and N Navajo St.

Building Size: 3884sq ft
Lot Size: 0.14 acres


3358-3360 N Navajo For Sale

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