Top Dollar – April 2015

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  • February: A 7,447-square-foot home (above) at 2300 Iris Ave. in Boulder sold for $4.9 million in February, according to a report released by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. That made three consecutive months that the most expensive home sold in the Denver metro area was in Boulder. Daniel P. Caruso, co-founder and chief executive of Zayo Group in Boulder, purchased the property from the Hoge Family, according to public records. The two-story home has 12 bedrooms, six baths and sits on 6.4 acres. The home, built in 1959, was listed for $5.2 million.
  • January: The metro area’s most expensive sale in January was a 3,100-squarefoot home in Boulder that sold for $2.375 million. Jay Sude sold the luxury twobedroom, three-bath condominium at 1301 Canyon Blvd., Apt. 302, to Clariot New Albany LLC in Ohio, according to public records. Sude purchased the condominium for $1.95 million in 2011.
  • December: The most expensive home sale in the Denver metro area in December was a top-floor condominium penthouse in Boulder that sold for $4.401 million. The David Chamberlain Trust bought the three-bedroom, fourbath, 4,400-square-foot home at 1155 Canyon Blvd., Suite 404, from E. Richard Polk, according to public records. The penthouse, constructed in 2006, had a list price of $5.33 million.