A Globeville office building has sold for the second time since 2019 following a round of renovations.

Denver-based Tributary Real Estate, along with JLL Denver broker Ken Gooden, purchased the three-story Globe4Hundred office building at 400 W. 48th Ave. at the end of June for $11.2 million, according to the buyers.

The building, which sits on 4.75 acres northwest of the Interstate 25/Interstate 70 interchange, consists of 93,000 square feet of office space and 5,000 square feet of retail space. The deal works out to about $114 a square foot.

The structure, which according to city records dates to 1976, is fully leased to seven tenants that include Sunflower Bank and Farrington Construction Management.

The property was sold by NAS Properties, which purchased it for $5.35 million in May 2019, records show.

Larry Thiel and Jason Schmidt of JLL represented the seller. The firm said in a statement that NAS completed “significant” renovations after the purchase, including a lobby remodel and the addition of a fitness center, a tenant lounge and a conference center.