A Texas real estate company buys 3 Summit Entertainment centers

WINDSOR — Summit Entertainment of Northern Colorado LLC has sold its entertainment centers in Windsor, Thornton and Colorado Springs. All three locations were sold to Spirit Realty LP of Dallas, Texas on April 7.

The entertainment company has sold its Windsor site at 4455 Fairgrounds Ave. for $16.44 million. The final sale included the 4.72 acre parcel of land and all improvements to the site. Northern Colorado’s Summit Entertainment originally purchased the land from Eagle Crossing Windsor LLC for $1.65 million in 2013.

The Windsor location of popular bowling alley and arcade The Summit sold for $16.4 million in April. Christopher Wood/BizWest Media LLC

The buyer has also entered into an agreement with the City of Windsor imposing a project improvement fee. Windsor City Council passed an ordinance in 2017 allowing the city to charge fees to entities that generate traffic within city limits to fund road improvements.

Spirit Realty purchased the facility from Thornton for $15.57 million. Summit Entertainment of Thornton LLC purchased this location in 2015 for $1.63 million. The site located at 580 E 144th Ave. at Thornton includes many of the same amenities as Windsor Entertainment Centre.

Another Summit location at 1180 Interquest Parkway in Colorado Springs also sold for an unknown amount.

The Summit’s three locations include bowling alleys, arcades, and laser tag arenas, in addition to a full-service bar and restaurant.

Representatives for Summit Entertainment Centers and Spirit Realty did not respond to requests for comment by press time.

WINDSOR — Summit Entertainment of Northern Colorado LLC has sold its entertainment centers in Windsor, Thornton and Colorado Springs. All three locations were sold to Spirit Realty LP of Dallas, Texas on April 7.

The entertainment company has sold its Windsor site at 4455 Fairgrounds Ave. for $16.44 million. The final sale included the 4.72 acre parcel of land and all improvements to the site. Northern Colorado’s Summit Entertainment originally purchased the land from Eagle Crossing Windsor LLC for $1.65 million in 2013.

The sign for the location of The Summit in Windsor
The Windsor location of popular bowling alley and arcade The Summit sold for $16.4 million in April. Christopher Wood/BizWest Media LLC

The buyer has also entered into an agreement with the City of Windsor imposing a project improvement fee. Windsor City Council passed an ordinance in 2017 allowing the city to charge fees to entities that generate traffic within city limits to fund road improvements.

Spirit Realty purchased the facility from Thornton for $15.57 million. Summit Entertainment of Thornton LLC purchased this location in 2015 for $1.63 million. The site located at 580 E 144th Ave. at Thornton includes many of the same amenities as Windsor Entertainment Centre.

Another Summit location at 1180 Interquest Parkway in Colorado Springs also sold for an unknown amount.

Summit’s three locations include bowling alleys, arcades, and laser tag arenas, plus…




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