Pinkard completes Christian Living Communities’ Eagle Pointe office building
Christian Living Communities and the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce recently held a grand opening celebration for Eagle Pointe, CLC’s support office building in Meridian office park. Pinkard Construction Co. was the general contractor while Galloway Architects designed the project.
Kris Oppermann SternMay 24, 2019
Fully leased Park Meadows area property sells for $4.35M
A multitenant triple-net leased retail asset sold at a price nearing $300 per square foot. William Penn Apartments LLC, according to public records, paid $4.35 million, or $293.86 per sf, for 7824 Park Meadows Drive. It was sold by 7824 Park Meadows LLC. Constructed in 2003 and located at Park Meadows Drive and Acres Green…
Jennifer HayesMay 24, 2019
A busy season debrief of 2018 real estate income tax reform
The first year administering any sweeping tax reform with hundreds of pages of new code and thousands of pages of associated guidance is never easy, nor without the devil in the details.
CREJMay 24, 2019
Martinez joins CBRE|Heery’s Denver design office
Cynthia Martinez Cynthia P. Martinez joined CBRE|Heery’s design office in Denver as director of design. Martinez will be responsible for providing design strategy and leadership for the full-service architecture, interior design, engineering, construction management, program management and commissioning firm’s clients as well as inspiring her internal team. She has 20 years of experience. In addition,…
Jennifer HayesMay 13, 2019
Mason joins Switch Automation
Patti Mason joined Denver-based Switch Automation as vice president of operations.Before joining the company, Mason served as mountain region director for U.S. Green Building Council, where she managed a team, executed large scale events, served as a subject matter expert and oversaw market development activities across the eight-state region.
Jennifer HayesMay 5, 2019
AIA Colorado names Mike Waldinger executive vice president
Mike Waldinger, Honorary AIA, was named executive vice president and CEO of AIA Colorado.Waldinger served as the executive vice president at AIA Illinois – the fourth-largest AIA state chapter in the country – for 18 years.
Jennifer HayesApril 28, 2019
Safari Club Apartments in Denver trade for $16.8 million
Single-tenant, net-leased property in Montrose trades at 5.5% cap rate
Investment group buys Naropa student housing for $4.5 million
Weld County buys StarTek building for possible future growth
Greyhound site comes to market
Prologis buys Paulino Gardens site for possible future redevelopment
Patriot Park office building trades for $9.15 million
TruAmerica grows Denver portfolio with Loretto Heights
Beacon Capital Partners acquires 169 Inverness for $27 million
Partnership purchases Fountain apartment property
New Trends in Hospitality Lighting Design
Designing lighting for hospitality environments is ultimately about helping guests feel welcome and comfortable through creating a feeling of “home away from home.” But as demographics shift, hospitality brands have begun focusing on millennials and their preferences as well. Because millennials tend to travel a lot, are quick to jump on new technologies.
Building DialogueMay 24, 2019
Affordable housing: Choosing a market analyst for your next project
A strong, well-supported market study prepared by a Colorado Housing and Finance Authority-approved analyst is one of the most critical aspects of all tax credit applications. The market study
CREJMay 24, 2019
The multifamily market: Hype or the real deal?
Is Denver overbuilt, or are all of these new apartment communities making up for pent-up demand from the past 15 years? Why is multifamily so expensive, and when are cap rates going to adjust for a
CREJMay 23, 2019
Designing residential in ‘destination neighborhoods’
Since the postwar area, a demographic tidal wave has pushed populations in urban areas to the highest levels in the country’s history. Four-fifths of Americans now live in cities. As cities grow and
CREJMay 17, 2019
Small-balance loans bring big benefits to owners
On March 26, Gary Ghiselli closed on refinancing Forest Street, the 24-unit property he has owned for several years. Leveraging a rally in the U.S. Treasury rates, he locked in a 4.09 percent fixed rate for 12
CREJMay 17, 2019
Affordable housing: Essential considerations to find the right architect
There are many guides on how to hire an architect with an inevitable “top 10” list of things such as fees (cost per unit vs. percentage fee); process (methodology and software); website
CREJMay 16, 2019
How multifamily models are evolving
The apartment landscape in metro Denver has changed tremendously over the past decade. Construction of new multifamily assets has added 58,000 units of inventory to the market since 2010.
CREJMay 13, 2019