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Central Denver apts. trade for $140 million

A joint venture between Urban American and Madison International Realty purchased a “one-of-a-kind” asset – the largest value-add apartment community in central Denver. The partnership paid a reported $140 million, or $304,348 per unit, for the Marquis at the Parkway, a 460-unit multifamily property at 1170 Galapago St. in Denver. “Despite COVID-19-related challenges, the sellers […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 19, 2020

Woodward Inc. trades North Co. assets

A Colorado aerospace manufacturing company swapped industrial properties and will relocate its operations from Loveland to Windsor. Woodward Inc. sold its 209,000-square-foot industrial campus at 3800 Wilson Ave. in Loveland and concurrently acquired the 42,161-sf, Class B industrial property that sits on 10 acres at 753 Champion Drive in Windsor. Southgate One was the seller…

Jenna Walters

October 19, 2020

Re/Max of Cherry Creek buys office, will relocate next year

After 40 years in business, Re/Max of Cherry Creek has purchased its first office asset with plans to relocate its operations to the property next year. Under the entity name Cherry Tree Ventures LLC, Re/ Max of Cherry Creek and its investment partner, Orange Coast Title, purchased the 6,935-square-foot, Class B office building at 100…

Jenna Walters

October 19, 2020

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Southern Colorado’s The Mae on Cascade Sets New Standard in Urban Living

The Mae on Cascade pays homage to icon and namesake Fannie Mae Duncan. An African-American entrepreneur, philanthropist and community activist, Fannie Mae brought world-class jazz, style and glamour to Colorado Springs in the 1950s and ’60s. As the creator and owner of the Cotton Club, she was a trailblazer – elegant and refined, yet resolute…

Building Dialogue

October 18, 2020

CREJ Quarterlies

Flexible design solutions for health care renovations

Health care construction is one of the most necessary and challenging sectors of commercial construction. As technology advances, regulations change and the needs of patients and employees shift, a constant evolution in design and construction is necessary to meet the objectives of these projects. The urgency of the onset of COVID-19 has shed light on…

CREJ

October 19, 2020

Impact of COVID-19 on medical office buildings

As any seasoned health care planner would tell you, “form follows function.” In other words, the way you intend to deliver health services to your patients should drive the size, configuration, adjacencies and design attributes of the space. Given that the COVID-19 pandemic brought immediate and significant changes to the management of patients seen in…

CREJ

October 19, 2020

Mobile amenities help occupants get back to office

We all know how important it is that building occupants re-enter the office environment. Working from home was great for a few months, but the reality is that workers collaborate more and have less distractions when physically in the

CREJ

October 12, 2020

Tips to eliminate stress for maintenance budgeting

As the fourth quarter approaches, facility managers are ready to face their maintenance budgets for the coming year. Communicating with property owners about the importance of ongoing maintenance and capital expense planning

CREJ

October 9, 2020

Facilities cleaning profiteering on the rise

Profiteers are likely to emerge during any disaster. The pandemic is no different, as property managers looking to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep their buildings safe and healthy are discovering. Some commercial cleaning

CREJ

October 5, 2020

How properties are managing through COVID-19

As the repercussions of COVID-19 began to unfold, CBRE – and the world – saw building after building close in quick succession. Property managers rushed skillfully in the flurry of closings to identify crisis procedures and plan what

CREJ

October 4, 2020