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Hord Coplan Macht, Haselden team for FRCC’s Health Care Careers Center

Design-build team Hord Coplan Macht and Haselden Construction are underway on Front Range Community College’s new Health Care Careers Center. The 61,000-gross-square-foot center located on the Larimer campus in Fort Collins consolidates the college’s health sciences programs into one state-of-the-art facility that accommodates a multidisciplinary health care curriculum to address key health care workforce needs in Northern Colorado.

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 30, 2020

Partnership receives refi loan for predevelopment of River Mile project

A $124.6 million refinance loan was arranged for the eventual redevelopment of the Elitch Gardens theme and water park in downtown Denver. JLL Capital Markets worked on behalf of the borrower, a partnership of Kroenke Sports and Entertainment and Revesco Properties, to place the five-year, floating-rate loan with Pacific Western Bank. Loan proceeds will be…

Jennifer Hayes

March 30, 2020

Crossbeam Capital pays $21.5 million for Aviator

Crossbeam Capital doubled its Colorado Springs multifamily holdings with its purchase of the Aviator apartment community. The firm purchased the 147-unit community at 1670 N. Murray Blvd. from Vukota Capital Management. It paid $21.5 million, or $146,258 per unit, for the community built in 1971. The workforce housing community had been updated within the last…

Jennifer Hayes

March 30, 2020

Who’s News

    Adams County ED names Martinez president, CEO

    Bo Martinez was named the new president/CEO of Adams County Economic Development. Most recently, Martinez served as director of economic development for the city of Miami Beach, Florida, where he repositioned the department to be a stronger resource in the city and region. Previously, he worked in progressive economic development leadership positions in the city and…

    Jennifer Hayes

    March 30, 2020

    Topor joins SSF new development sales division

    Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate created a new development sales division, headed by Shawna Topor. Topor, recently promoted to executive vice president, has been an SSF employee since 1998. Most recently, she was vice president and has 24 years of experience in sales and marketing of new developments. The new division will bring together…

    Jennifer Hayes

    March 22, 2020

    KTGY names Sciarra principal, shareholder; Pitts director

    KTGY Architecture + Planning announced that Nathan Sciarra, AIA, NCARB, was named a principal and shareholder of the firm while Leah Pitts, LEED AP, was named a director.

    Jennifer Hayes

    March 16, 2020

    Williams joins Stantec as senior vice president

    Chris Williams joined Stantec as senior vice president leading the firm’s federal program.

    Jennifer Hayes

    March 9, 2020

    DHM Design names Neumann president

    Bill Neumann was named president of DHM Design. Neumann brings 35 years’ experience and knowledge to the position. He has been a managing principal on the firm’s board of directors for the past five years. Laura Kirk served as president for a five-year term from 2015-2020.

    Jennifer Hayes

    March 1, 2020

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Building Dialogue

Colorado Mesa University’s Hotel Maverick will Benefit from a Unique Design Solution

Colorado Mesa University’s hospitality program has enjoyed significant growth over the years and the university is preparing to open a “teaching hotel” during the first quarter of 2020 as a result. Davis Partnership Architects envisioned a unique materiality of the Hotel Maverick to set it apart. The hotel will boast a contemporary theme that integrates…

Building Dialogue

March 30, 2020

CREJ Quarterlies

Manager guidelines for dealing with a pandemic

As the situation rapidly evolves, managing properties during the COVID-19 outbreak is challenging. However, with the number of confirmed cases in Colorado increasing each day and Gov. Jared Polis

Michelle Askeland

March 30, 2020

Managing construction in an occupied building

You’ve heard it before: Location, location, location. Such is said to be the most important element in the world of real estate investment. And yet, when it comes to tackling construction projects, it’s planning,

CREJ

March 29, 2020

Legal issues for managers during an epidemic

Over the last few weeks, coronavirus (COVID-19) has reached a pandemic level, creating a crisis for businesses across industries. Here are four legal questions we have considered in helping clients navigate

CREJ

March 28, 2020

Rapidly increasing tax assessments hit real estate

As property values throughout Colorado continue to soar, property taxes now are higher than ever. Commercial property in Denver is taxed at a 29% assessment rate, multiplied by the mill levy.

CREJ

March 23, 2020

Rising construction costs impact capital markets

Denver is in the midst of strong development in nearly all commercial real estate asset types. In conjunction with high development demand comes increased, and still increasing, construction pricing.

CREJ

March 20, 2020

Keeping Denver on the menu

After enjoying consecutive years as one of the hottest markets in the country for investment and corporate real estate relocations and expansions, it appears there is a sense of market maturity among

CREJ

March 16, 2020