BMC Investments developing Hyatt House at Fitzsimons
A 140-key Hyatt House hotel will provide a new lodging option in the Fitzsimons area. BMC Investments is developing the hotel at the southeast corner of East Colfax Avenue and Peoria Street in Aurora. It has owned the site, known as the Gateway at Fitzsimons, since 2013. “Fitzsimons is one of the fastest-growing hospital campuses in the country, and with the expansion of the UCH Hospital, the veterans (medical) center ramping up and continued growth of Children’s Hospital, there is significant demand for an extended-stay hotel,” said Matt Joblon, CEO of BMC Investments. “We were inspired by the opportunity to provide families a comfortable place to retreat to while facing the challenges that can be presented when seeking medical attention for loved ones.” The hotel will be one of the first opportunity zone developments in the Denver metro area. To qualify for opportunity zone benefits, BMC intends to hold the property at least 10 years. The project is being capitalized with a $25 million, 10-year fixed-rate construction to permanent loan from FirstBank, a $6.45 million redevelopment/ reimbursement agreement with the city of Aurora and equity from BMC. It is anticipated to take approximately 17 months to complete. “FirstBank has an…
Jill Jamieson-NicholsSeptember 20, 2019
Ivy Realty pays $8.75 million for value-add buildings
Ivy Realty added to its Boulder portfolio with the $8.75 million acquisition of two industrial/flex buildings that it will reposition as creative office space. The buildings at 5300 and 5306 Sterling Drive total 46,702 square feet. They are located adjacent to 5360 Sterling, a building Ivy acquired last year, transformed into creative space and leased…
Jill Jamieson-NicholsSeptember 19, 2019
OZ Architecture designs Nancy Richardson Design Center at CSU
OZ Architecture led design on Colorado State University’s Nancy Richardson Design Center. The $19.2 million, state-of-the-art project covers 45,000 square feet and will further CSU’s mission as a national leader in design. Salt Design in Fort Collins assisted OZ with the design while Saunders Construction was the general contractor.
Kris Oppermann SternSeptember 16, 2019
Pittman joins McWhinney
Ray Pittman joined McWhinney as president and chief operating officer.
Jennifer HayesSeptember 15, 2019
Uhlig joins Ball Barry Uhlig
David C. Uhlig joined Ball Barry Uhlig, formerly Ball & Barry Law, as a new partner of the firm.
Jennifer HayesSeptember 9, 2019
Kephart names Bryce Hall president
Bryce Hall was named president of Kephart, one of a number of promotions the firm announced to further its growth and prepare for the future.
CREJAugust 30, 2019
Zisler joins Broe Real Estate Group
Broe Real Estate Group has expanded its acquisitions team with the appointment of Matt Zisler as vice president of acquisitions.
Jennifer HayesAugust 26, 2019
Engineers overcome intense conditions to rebuild Pikes Peak Summit House
Crews are in the second year of construction of the new $56 million, 38,000-square-foot Pikes Peak Summit Complex, a three-building campus consisting of a visitor center with dining and rooftop terraces, observation decks and interactive displays, and a high-altitude research and communications center.
Building DialogueSeptember 16, 2019
Modest supply to keep rental gains stable
Entering the second half of 2019, the tight labor market remains a primary driver of domestic growth; however, exceptionally low unemployment is restraining job gains, slowing first-half employment creation
CREJSeptember 20, 2019
Success of new, newly renovated Denver buildings
Office investors continue to ask themselves where they can find opportunity in the metro’s rapidly developing markets.
CREJSeptember 15, 2019
Elitch redevelopment to change Denver – but before the cycle ends?
In December 2018, Denver City Council approved a rezoning for the 62-acre parcel that is currently home to the Elitch Gardens amusement park, the first step toward realizing a massive urban reconfiguration that developer Revesco Properties is calling “The River Mile.”
CREJSeptember 15, 2019
Where are large blocks of urban office space?
Since the market began to rebound in 2011, Denver’s landscape has changed significantly, both economically and physically.
CREJSeptember 15, 2019
The exciting future of multifamily design in Colo.
Today’s multifamily experience undoubtedly has matured over recent decades.
CREJSeptember 6, 2019