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Building Dialogue

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
  • End User
  • Designer Approved – interior designer favorite finds

Columns in each issue

  • Bridging the Gap – an architect’s take on design and the process behind it
  • Design Always – design is ever present in shaping our daily deliberation
  • The Space Between – exploring the importance of public realm and placemaking in the process of city-building

Circulation

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.


For editorial content, please content Kris Oppermann Stern, publisher: kostern@crej.com or 720-331-4087.


For advertising questions, please contact Lori Golightly at lgolightly@crej.com or 303-623-1148 ext. 102.



Recent Building Dialogue Magazine Stories

  • Construction on 1919 Mile High Apartments Continues, Adapts to our Current Environment
    In the shadow of Empower Field at Mile High, where the urban core of downtown Denver meets the residential neighborhood of Jefferson Park, we’re building 1919 Mile High Apartments, a highly amenitized, 277-unit luxury building.
  • Market Station: Creating a Community, Not Just a Place
    For most of 2020, COVID-19 cut off the lifelines of our center city. Conventions were canceled, business travelers were grounded, and most offices were under stay-at-home protocols. While people rediscovered their back yards and turned spare bedrooms into makeshift offices, those involved in construction kept making the trek downtown every day to complete several large new projects, which were well underway when the pandemic took hold. Some large surprises will greet people when restrictions are finally lifted.
  • Architectural Workshop Celebrates Space from Within
    After maturating through a series of firms both in Chicago and Denver, Bowers launched Architectural Workshop in 2000 from a genuine desire to develop a deeper relationship with clients. “We strive to compel a personal alignment of architecture to client needs by imaging solutions that go beyond constraints and opportunities to reach the highest level of design we can achieve.”