ARVC Board OK’s Move to New Office in Denver

March 8, 2011 by   - () Comments Off on ARVC Board OK’s Move to New Office in Denver

At a special board meeting — with all but two board members present — unanimous approval was reached Monday (March 7) for the purchase of a new headquarters office for the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) in South Denver, Cool., according to ARVC Chairman David L. Berg.

The office space in the Panorama Falls building is located along the busy I-25 corridor just inside the C-470 beltway, easily accessible to the new RTD Light Rail system and close to Colorado’s largest shopping mall and a variety of hotels and businesses within the Denver Technological Center.

The closing is scheduled for Wednesday and follows over two months of due diligence that included a full inspection and value appraisal, an ARVC press release states. After some minor upgrades, ARVC’s staff is expected to move from its current Larkspur office facility on April 8.

“It has been a long and arduous process, but I am confident after viewing the office this is the right property for our new ARVC headquarters,” said Berg. “(New ARVC President) Paul Bambei is to be commended for his efforts in this process and the entire board was pleased with the final purchase price of $367,160, being half of other properties that were under consideration in the past few years.”


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