Colorado’s Premier Commercial Development, Design and Construction Magazine
This publication communicates information that is of value to commercial real estate developers, general contractors, architects, engineers, interior designers, landscape architects and end users. If you are active in Colorado commercial construction and development, or want to be, this is a must-read publication. Each issue offers coverage of noteworthy commercial projects being built across the state, including office, multifamily, retail, health care, education, government and more.
Find these features every issue
- Recently completed projects
- Best practices
- Trends in design and construction
- Leading architect profiles
- Designer Approved – interior designer favorite finds
Columns in each issue
- Bridging the Gap – an architect’s take on design and the process behind it
- In the Details – moving beyond the parochial in today’s architectural design
- It’s All About the Carbon – learn how the building industry can reduce its carbon footprint
- Moving Forward – read the research about how technology and design are shaping the workplace
Building Dialogue is a four-color, 100-page magazine published four times per year. This publication is mailed with the Colorado Real Estate Journal which is mailed to more than 3,500 commercial real estate professionals twice monthly and read online by an additional 1,200 subscribers. In addition, online viewers at crej.com exceed 30k per month. Readership includes developers, investors, brokers, lenders, contractors, architects, property managers and other members of the Colorado commercial real estate community.
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Recent Building Dialogue Magazine Stories
- City Park Golf Clubhouse: A New Gathering Place in Heart of Denver’s Largest ParkCity Park is one of Denver’s oldest gems. Sprawling over nearly 320 acres, the original design was inspired by Frederick Law Olmstead’s Central Park in New York, with looping carriageways, walking lanes and lakes with picturesque views across bucolic meadows.
- Law is Constant, but Lawyers are Not: Designing Office Space for the Next GenerationLaw firm values are having to change exponentially in response to escalating real estate costs and evolving ideals of younger generations. Hierarchy and status may always be part of the law firm culture, but … hierarchy and status are now achieved through cultural differentiation, superb technology and prime real estate.
- Creating Union Hall, a Community-Focused Arts SpaceUnion Hall serves as a community-focused arts space and culture concierge, providing opportunities for emerging and well-known artists alike to exhibit their work. It’s also a place for locals and visitors to Denver to engage in enriching and educational creative experiences.