CU Real Estate Forum on tap Nov. 26-27 in Denver

Jeff DeBoer of Washington, D.C.-based The Real Estate Roundtable will keynote the CU Real Estate Center's annual Real Estate Forum from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27. The forum will kick off with an exclusive networking party Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, at Los Chingones in Denver's River North Art District, followed by the Thursday forum at Mile High Station in Denver. The program will include: The Intersection of Entertainment and Real Estate: There is a growing trend of real estate projects driven and anchored by entertainment uses. A panel of speakers will include Marc Perusse, director of acquisitions of Revesco Properties, the developer of the River Mile project, which will be experiential art disruptor Meow Wolf's new Denver home; Patrick Walsh of the McGregor Square development adjacent to Coors Field; and Daniel Aizenman with Stantec, part of the design team for McGregor Square. Keynote - A View from Washington: Jeff DeBoer, president & CEO of The Real Estate Roundtable will provide a look inside the beltway, discussing the anticipated impact of political trends and the upcoming elections on the real estate industry.


January 28, 2020

The evolution and future of outpatient facility design

Amy Dvorak, Associate AIACommunications manager, Treanor HL When Steve Carr, AIA, started working in architecture in 1977, health care was much different. Medical records were paper and care was reactive, focusing on sickness instead of preventative health. But as industries evolve, how does design adapt? Some 40 years later, Carr, principal at TreanorHL, navigates new…


January 27, 2020

Risks from outdated electrical equipment labels

Jeffrey Engelstad, PE, MBAElectrical engineer, Encore Electric If you are responsible for a hospital, health care facility or senior housing property, you know it is vital to prioritize the health and safety of everyone in your facility. It is critical that you are aware of the most recent updates to the Institute of Electrical and…


January 26, 2020

Fostering a healthy animal-people dynamic

Jami MohlenkampPrincipal and senior living practice leader, OZ Architecture The newest accommodations at the Senior Star at Weber Place retirement community near Chicago were built for a couple named Snowflake and Licorice, and come with excellent open-air views of the outdoors, hand-fed meals and plenty of opportunities to socialize. Snowflake and Licorice have made fast…


January 19, 2020

New decade brings more changes for asset managers

One of my first duties in early 2019 as the Denver Metro Building Owners and Managers Association president was to give a little overview of what property managers could expect in 2019 and the


January 19, 2020

DEN site selected for Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge

Land Title Guarantee Co. and NAIOP Colorado, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, selected a portion of a 60-acre parcel owned by Denver International Airport at East 61st Avenue and Peña Boulevard in Denver as the subject for the 18th annual Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge to be held Tuesday, April 28. The challenge is…


January 17, 2020

New initiatives launched to complement LEED

In November, U.S. Green Building Council and its partner Informa Connect held the 18th annual Greenbuild International Conference & Expo in Atlanta. Greenbuild is the largest green building conference and expo in the world and brings


January 13, 2020

Mentors and protégés: Are they relics or relevant?

In today’s fast-paced and younger-by-the-day mentality, do we need the skills and efforts of a mentor, or is this just another bothersome task that Alexa can solve for us more quickly and with less effort? Having spent most of my adult life as both a


January 12, 2020

Air-tightness testing requirement comes to Denver

Have you heard the building codes news from the city of Denver? Denver will soon join the city of Fort Collins (which introduced air-tightness testing into its code in 2014) as a Colorado building jurisdiction that requires air-tightness testing


January 6, 2020

Tips to address maintenance staffing challenges

If you are struggling to recruit and retain facilities management positions at your company, you are not alone. Denver’s erupting growth is making property management staffing a challenge, particularly in facilities management. And it’s not


January 5, 2020

Edited by the Colorado Real Estate Journal staff.