Budweiser owner puts land on market
email@example.com February 10, 2012
But first someone has to buy it.
Asking price? Around $46.9 million for all 862 acres. Alternatively, a buyer could snap up a parcel as small as 10 acres at $54,450 per acre.
InBev, which purchased Anheuser-Busch in 2008, listed the land surrounding the Budweiser brewery — near the intersection of I-25 and Monte Vista Drive in Fort Collins — in the summer of 2010 but, so far, no takers have been found.
Anheuser-Busch purchased the land in the early 1980s and constructed its brewery on a portion of the property. Its plant employed approximately 700 in 2010, according to the latest figures available. After Belgium-based InBev acquired Anheuser-Busch, the company began shedding non-beer-producing assets, including its land holdings.
Anhseuser-Busch InBev did not return calls seeking comment.
Dan Eckles, one of the two listing brokers and a partner at Realtec Commercial Real Estate Services, said Yahoo! was among those who have
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