Friday, September 17, 2021

Colorado’s largest teachers union lists residential district headquarters for $7 million

The Colorado Education Association may pack up school bags soon.

The state’s largest teachers’ union is seeking to sell the kitten corner of the Colorado State Capitol, which it has occupied for 30 years.

The four-story, 41,144-square-foot building at 1500 N. Grant St. has an asking price of US$6.9 million.

“We learned that we can adapt to our work in a flexible way,” said CEA President Amie Baca-Oehlert. This prompted the organization’s board of directors to decide to put the building on the market.

Baca-Oehlert, who was elected to her post in 2018, said the association doesn’t have a new office picked out, and is still determining what it wants in a new space. About 50 people generally work at the association headquarters.

“We will probably lease some things first,” she said.

CEA has approximately 39,000 members—mainly teachers, but also other professionals, such as school bus drivers, social workers, and nurses.

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Colorado's largest teachers union lists residential district headquarters for $7 million
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