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Colorado Springs Tech Center office building sells for $7.9M

A Class A office building in the Colorado Springs Tech Center Office Park recently sold in one of the highest-priced office sales in the market this year. Ramshorn Investments LLC paid $7.9 million for Tech V, an approximately 54,174-square foot office building at 5475 Tech Center Drive in Colorado Springs. Built in 1984, the three-story […]

Jennifer Hayes

August 10, 2020

EverWest, Invesco acquire 25 North spec industrial project

Denver-based EverWest Real Estate Investors purchased 25 North, a speculative industrial project designed to meet North Denver’s need for move-in-ready, Class A space. EverWest purchased the two-building, 219,200-square-foot property as well as additional acreage for future development in a joint venture with Invesco. The property, located along North Washington Street in Thornton and fronting Interstate…

Jennifer Hayes

August 10, 2020

Brinkmann Constructors completes Kärcher’s HQ, designed by Ware Malcomb

Ware Malcomb announced construction is complete on Kärcher’s new North America headquarters facility, which is located at 6398 N. Kärcher Way in Aurora. Ware Malcomb provided architecture, interior design, civil engineering and land surveying services for the project. Brinkmann Constructors was the general contractor.

Kris Oppermann Stern

August 10, 2020

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Total Hydrology Planning: Using Water to Drive Community

Total hydrology planning is a methodology we developed to identify and utilize all water resources on a project site. This customized, holistic, insightful approach maps all water as a basis for site design, maximizing and manipulating all on and off-site water flow for beneficial use.

Building Dialogue

August 10, 2020

CREJ Quarterlies

Strong fundamentals to help us thrive post-pandemic

In the middle of March, the COVID-19 pandemic took over the U.S. and abruptly stopped the world’s largest economy, with no certainty of what could happen next. Mass layoffs occurred quickly in the restaurant and

CREJ

August 11, 2020

Developers report delays in permitting, starts

COVID-19 has disrupted the commercial real estate industry in more ways than we can count. Some of those changes have been positive, such as accelerating the industry’s embrace of virtual leasing. Others, however,

CREJ

August 10, 2020

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