Multifamily Properties Quarterly

Colorado’s Only Multifamily Properties Publication

Multifamily Properties Quarterly is Colorado’s only print publication dedicated to the multifamily rental real estate market throughout the state. While the Colorado Real Estate journal continues to run multifamily news in each issue of the newspaper, Multifamily Properties Quarterly features interesting projects and people, trends and analysis, and covers development, investment, finance, design, construction and management.

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Find these topics every issue

  • Market Reports
  • Development & Investment Updates
  • Construction, Design & TI
  • Trends
  • Capital Markets
  • Legal Updates
  • Finance & Valuation
  • Property Management

Special features

  • Contributed Expert Articles
  • Project & People Profiles
  • Question of the Quarter

Circulation

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Office Properties Quarterly is a 32-page standalone section 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. 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 contact Michelle Askeland at maskeland@crej.com or 303-623-1148 ext. 104.


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

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Recent Multifamily Properties Quarterly Stories

  • Colorado Springs enjoys a downtown revival
    You’ve seen it in Denver – now it is happening in downtown Colorado Springs. An international attraction is opening soon, the U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame. A new downtown
  • Public-private partnerships provide project options
    Adapt or die. It’s as true of real estate development as it is in nature. That phrase has been repeated in various forms by authors, researchers, business coaches and, let’s not forget,
  • Lakewood project repurposes blighted property
    “I am not sure there is any greater impact on a community and on personal lives than taking a blighted, contaminated, vacant, unattractive building and turning it into a vibrant, beautiful space
  • Where are Denver apartment rents headed in 2020?
    Denver continues to be a premier destination for job seekers in this growth cycle, but net migration and total employment growth is decelerating from their peaks set earlier in the cycle.
  • Murals elevate apartments into landmarks
    While the Denver skyline continues to be filled with cranes, owners and managers of multifamily properties have found themselves in a virtual arms race to provide the latest and greatest