DENVER — The Cherry Cricket property has sold for $25.15 million, with the new owners planning to keep the long-running Denver hamburger restaurant in operation.
The real estate home of Cherry Cricket, located at 2645 E. 2nd Ave., along with an adjacent parcel at 227 N. Clayton St. — home to cocktail bar Forget Me Not — have traded hands for $25.15 million on June 17, according to property records.
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BWA Cricket LLC, associated with local Denver real estate firm Alpine Investments, bought the parcels from Unico Properties.
“The Cherry Cricket has been at this location, its original, for almost 80 years. With all of the exciting changes Cherry Creek North has seen in recent years, Alpine and its partners are excited to participate in a transaction that will ensure The Cherry Cricket is able to continue operating in its current location for many years to come,” Alpine Investments principals Churchill Bunn and David Pietsch III said in a statement.
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