DENVER (CBS4)– Everything inside the Burnsley Hotel goes on sale Thursday morning. Prices are low and the inventory is high.
The Burnsley Hotel is located at 10th and Grant in downtown Denver and has been a Capitol Hill landmark for half a century.
The 17-story, 80-room property has been sold and the new owner plans to convert it into apartments or condominiums.
That means out with the old and in with the new. Everything you can see, touch or unbolt you can buy.
“Here you can buy one or 100, we don’t care,” said liquidator Don Hayes.
Glasses in the bar are $1 and the bar itself is for sale for $2,500. The cash register and the beer box also must go.
“It’s a tag sale not an auction so everything has a set price,” said Hayes.
In the kitchen every pan has a price tag.
“This stove they bought for $8,000 and we’re selling it for $3,500,” said Hayes.
You can walk out with the walk in cooler if you buy it.
There are also 78 flat screen TVs prices from $99 to $245. There are Burnsley bathrobes, artwork, mirrors, desks, appliances, bedding, beds.
Cash and credit cards are accepted.
For 21 days the Burnsley will be bustling with bargain hunters.
They are expecting long lines at the hotel’s front door at dawn Thursday.
The Burnsley was built in 1963 as an apartment house, and soon after was converted into a hotel that featured a popular jazz club, according to a hotel history.
The hotel — then known as the Hampshire House — was acquired in 1969 by Joy and Franklin Burns, who renamed it as the Burnsley. The property underwent an extensive renovation in 1983 and another one in 2000.