309 Cherokee Denver, CO 80223

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Middle Sized Rental Office


This office is currently fully rented by two psychotherapists:
(Both are on a month-to-month lease). The cost for rent per month is $495 with wi-fi and utilities included. Renter's insurance is required by the tenant, as is a professional licensure. 

This office has had a slow turnover, with past tenants generally staying for an average of 2-6 years. The renters have included  massage therapists, an acupuncturist, and a psychologist. Below is the decor of Jennifer DeVault, LPC  the current tenant:


This is how it looked when occupied by a massage therapist:

The office is L-shaped, and just beyond the archway is another room measuring 8'8" x 12'4". This area is perfect for a massage table.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Small Rental Office


This office is currently occupied by Nancy Turley, LPC.  It is not currently available for rent. The office is carpeted, has a window, and a built in bookshelf. It does not come with a phone, but does have wi-fi; and all utilities are paid by the landlord. The office is relatively small: 8' x 13.5', with a width only appropriate for a love seat versus a regular sized couch.  It has previously been occupied by psychotherapists, massage therapists, and an acupuncture practitioner. This office will go fast: the longest vacancy I've experienced is a month, and tenants tend to stay several years.


Thursday, April 4, 2013

Office Reception Area

The reception area has been recently updated with new carpeting, new ceiling tiles, a new awning, and paint (two tones of grey with white trim. Much of my twenty years of clutter has been removed.
When you walk in the front door you are in a small waiting area has a large built-in, natural wood reception desk and tile floors. The walls are antique brick.

For purposes of investment a fourth office could be made by turning this area into a rental office: 9'x15' with windows near the ceiling so it has a lot of light.

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I am a 72 year old psychotherapist (now retired) and photographer. When in college I wanted to be a cultural anthropologist, but I couldn't figure out how to do fieldwork in some remote part of the world with a wife and small daughter. So I changed my major to Sociology. I eventually became a clinical social worker. I burnt out on that field in my mid-thirties, and went to art school in commercial photography. However, in the end the best balance proved to be as a private practice psychotherapist, with photography as an avocation. This eventually synthesized with my original interest in indigenous cultures around the world (I've been to 41 countries) photographing people for a project called "One Planet -- One People". To see more go to: http://MikeHoltby.com