Denver’s booming population calls for sustainable building space

You can liken community development to buying a new car. Everything works perfectly when you drive off the lot, but over time it will need maintenance, oil changes and more upkeep in

CREJ

August 8, 2017
Overhead view of product section in grocery store

Supermarkets must enhance the shopping experience

Development of new stores by the conventional supermarkets has slowed, and many observers believe that conventional supermarkets face a new threat from internet giant

CREJ

August 7, 2017

Designing banking locations for the digital age

In the 10 years since the first smartphone was released, essentially enabling everyone to be connected to the internet all the time, the way we live, work, shop and manage our money has

CREJ

July 31, 2017

Denver market offers support for retail opportunities

While high-profile, big-box store closures and Amazon’s announcement of its acquisition of Whole Foods fuel the narrative that brick-and-mortar retail is coming to an end, a deeper

CREJ

July 31, 2017
Hail on roof

Know Colorado’s roofing contract rules, penalties and protections

Summer in Colorado is notorious for damaging storms as well as other weather catastrophes. A building’s roof is always the first section of a property to battle the severe weather, which

CREJ

July 30, 2017

Fit your health care facility for the future with LEDs

Installing energy-efficiency lighting, for example, provides a unique opportunity to cut costs, while impacting patient satisfaction and staff performance.

CREJ

July 16, 2017

Why are Colo. senior housing starts leveling off?

A major factor for this cooling period is the increasing demands and expectations from residents, families and regulatory bodies.

CREJ

July 16, 2017
US Capitol

Analyzing the potential impacts of proposed tax reform

Tax reform was a hot topic long before President Trump was elected. Both candidates’ tax proposals were something of constant debate. Now that President Trump is half a year into his presidency, there is

CREJ

July 16, 2017

RedPeak changes leadership

RedPeak, a Colorado-based multifamily owner and operator, announced two top leadership changes at the firm.

CREJ

July 14, 2017
Tracy Huggins

DURA Director Tracy Huggins to lead ULI Colorado

Tracy Huggins, executive director of the Denver Urban Renewal Authority, became the new chair of Urban Land Institute Colorado July 1. Huggins was named vice chair in 2015 and will serve as chair of a 25-member executive committee until June 30, 2019. Huggins directs the agency’s involvement in redevelopment with combined DURA financing of close to…

CREJ

July 13, 2017

Edited by the Colorado Real Estate Journal staff.