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Free Time and Fun: the New Must-Haves at Apartments
Boston-based National Devlopment uses an engagement manager and a tenant app to arrange events for residents. The new must-have amenity for luxury apartment projects? Time. During this economic growth cycle apartment developers have engaged in a...

Patrinely Group Pulls Permit for 30-Story Office Tower at Block 162 in Downtown Denver
A Houston company has pulled its first construction permit for the foundation of a long-anticipated project in downtown Denver. Plans for Patrinely Group’s Block 162 project were first floated in early 2016 as a 32-story office and hotel development...

With Communities Slow to Embrace Density, Denver Waiting to Realize Promise of Transit-Oriented Development
Pictured: HUB, Beacon Capital Partners' new transit-oriented development being constructed near the 38th and Blake station in Denver's River North district.Transit-oriented development in the Denver area has been high on the list of priorities for many...

Broomfield Office Building Sells for $29 Million
A Chicago company has purchased a Broomfield, CO office building for $29 million, according to a warranty deed filed with the Broomfield County Clerk and Recorder. Equus Capital Partners used a discretionary equity fund called Equus Investment Partnership...

Colorado Springs Office Trades for a Premium
An office building in Colorado Springs has traded for well above market average, thanks to the standing of its primary tenant, a California-based company that executed a sale and leaseback on the property. The 120,000-square-foot California Casualty...

Confluent Center 70 Trades to LBA Realty
Denver-based Confluent Development sold off another property, Confluent Center 70, an industrial building in Aurora, CO. Confluent developed the 105,670-square-foot Confluent Center 70 at 15100 E. 40th Ave. as a speculative project, but since its completion...

Following Years of Outsized Gains, Industrial Rent Growth in Denver Comes Back to Earth
Industrial rents skyrocketed in the aftermath of Colorado Amendment 64, which laid the framework for legalizing and regulating recreational marijuana sales. The measure passed in late 2012, and retail sales began on 1 January 2014. An immediate result...

The New Mural Rocks, But What Will Upgrades Do For Tower Colorado Profitability?
Anyone who has driven north on Colorado Boulevard near Interstate 25 lately has probably taken a long look at a building that may have gone unnoticed until recently. A nearly 200-foot-tall mural of a woman climbing vertically through a rock crevice...

Elitch Gardens Redevelopment Rides Closer to Reality in Denver
Courtesy: Revesco Properties.The proposed redevelopment of the 62-acre site where downtown Denver’s Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park sits took a step forward at a Denver City Council meeting Monday night with the approval of a piece of the downtown...

Denver's Historic Brown Palace Sells for $125 Million
After going under contract on the property in April, Fort Worth, TX-based Crescent Real Estate Holdings has closed on its purchase of Downtown Denver’s Brown Palace Hotel & Spa and the adjacent Holiday Inn Express for $125 million, according to a warranty...

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