Namaste Solar July Website Banner 728 x 90

Headline News

Single-tenant Denver portfolio sells for $6.95 million

A Denver retail portfolio consisting of three Brakes Plus-leased properties sold for a combined $6.95 million in an all-cash transaction. Kathleen Ann Ross Trust, an instate investor, purchased the retail properties at 9297 S. Broadway in Highlands Ranch and 16770 E. Iliff Ave. and 24450 E. Smoky Hill Road in Aurora from seller Chi Chis […]

Jenna Walters

August 7, 2020

Local shared workspace provider opens office in Littleton

Shift Workspaces, a shared workspace provider, opened its third location in Colorado and became operational at the beginning of July. Shift Workspaces’ new 28,000-square-foot building, at 2679 Main St. in Littleton, will offer 117 private offices, 17 private phone booths and six conference rooms, as well as a 3,000-sf outdoor terrace, and 4,500 sf of…

Jenna Walters

August 7, 2020

Broomfield plans for $95M mixed-use site

A national, full-service real estate firm announced plans to develop a large mixed-use business park in Broomfield. St. John Properties plans to develop Simms Technology Park, a 600,000-square-foot business park near North Simms Street and West 112th Avenue. According to Brandon Jenkins, St. John Properties’ regional partner for Colorado, the firm is in the process…

Jenna Walters

August 3, 2020

Who’s News


Subscriber Content


Building Dialogue

Adjusting the Lens: Designing with a New Perspective

What a year this month has been. If you’re like me, you face the same challenge in not fully being able to halt your mind from sneaking too far into the future. Raise your hand if you’ve recently found yourself teetering on the fault line between: “I wonder how this will all play out in…

Building Dialogue

August 2, 2020

CREJ Quarterlies

Upcoming Colorado evictions: The sky is not falling

With millions of dollars in federal COVID-19 relief grant funds at stake and widespread unease about the economic impact of virus-related restrictions, political profiteers, clever enough to form a nonprofit corporation

CREJ

August 3, 2020

COVID-19 affects multihousing pricing, underwriting

Like so many real estate professionals, my days during this COVID-19 pandemic have been filled with more conference calls than I’m even able to count. Understandably, everyone is searching for real-time information

CREJ

August 3, 2020

COVID-19 to impact senior design for years to come

Humanity is experiencing the most significant health challenge to our existence in a century. As COVID-19 spreads and disproportionately affects older adults, the design of senior living communities is being impacted and will be for years to come. As architects, we can design environments that enable us to be smarter about how we live together.…

CREJ

July 26, 2020

The future of senior living design, architecture

Across Colorado and around the world, older adults have been among the hardest hit by the impacts of COVID-19. In Colorado, public health orders, prevention, response plans and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control have helped senior living owners and operators navigate this new normal in the short term. However, with seniors at such…

CREJ

July 20, 2020

Recovery readiness in the ‘new normal’

At this point, you probably never need to hear the phrase “new normal” again, but the reality is all properties, and especially health systems’ facilities and medical office buildings, must operate differently for the foreseeable future. The details are innumerable, but it’s our duty to advise MOB investors and their tenants on recommended, fundamental operating…

CREJ

July 12, 2020

Conduct evaluations to gain valuable asset insights

The largest asset for many businesses is their building – the place where work is performed. Properly functioning buildings help businesses succeed while defective buildings cost ownership time and money.

CREJ

July 6, 2020