Quantum Commercial Group – 1st Quarter 2016
Colorado Springs office market starts 2016 strong The Colorado Springs office market started 2016 strong with a total net absorption of 119,532 square feet, according to a first-quarter report by Quantum Commercial Group Inc. The firm also reported on several other sectors' performance in the first quarter.[vc_column width="1/3"][vc_column width="1/3"][vc_column width="1/3"][vc_column width="1/3"][vc_column width="1/3"][vc_column width="1/3"]
CREJMay 13, 2016
Unico to develop mixed-use project on Platte Street
Unico Properties LLC, a real estate investment and operating company with more than 3.4 million square feet of holdings in Colorado, announced it will continue to build on its long history of property development with its first ground-up development in Denver, at 1615 Platte St., breaking ground on this mixed-use project in summer 2016. “We’ve…
CREJMay 11, 2016
Billions of investment under construction, planned in downtown Denver
Developers are responding to increased demand propelled by a strong population and job growth, as well as key public-sector investments.
CREJMay 11, 2016
Savills Studley Report Denver office sector Q1 2016
Rents nudge higher Overall asking rent increased quarterly by 0.7% to $25.84 and registered a 7.9% annual gain. Class A rent also rose by 0.7% to $30.32 and has spiked by 7.3% year-on-year.[vc_column width="1/3"][vc_column width="1/3"]
CREJMay 7, 2016
Unique Properties-TCN Worldwide Q1 2016 Denver Industrial Market Report
The overall Denver industrial vacancy rate ended the first quarter at 4.3%, a slight decrease from the 4.4% vacancy reported the previous quarter. More specifically, industrial-flex projects and warehouse projects both experienced a slight decrease in vacancy from the fourth quarter 2015.[vc_column width="1/3"][vc_column width="1/3"][vc_column width="1/3"]
CREJMay 5, 2016
Cushman & Wakefield Q1 2016 Denver Industrial MarketBeat Snapshot
Once again, the Denver industrial real estate market started another year with momentum and strength, recording further advances in all fundamental indices. From tightening vacancy and increasing rates, to record pricing and compressed cap rates for investment sales, this historic run continues to outpace the typical length of a real estate expansion cycle, setting new…
CREJMay 4, 2016
Challenges remain for owners with maturing CMBS loans
As many readers may recall, almost $300 billion of securitized commercial loans were made from 2005 to 2007.
CREJMay 3, 2016
Alley activation makes its Denver entrance
There are underutilized gathering spaces in Denver’s real estate – alleys. When alleys are activated, or specifically designed to function as community gathering spaces, they can create unique places that engage visitors.
CREJMay 2, 2016
New FHA guidelines encourage affordable housing development
Population growth has helped spur construction of new high-end multifamily properties but the state is struggling with a shortage of affordable and workforce housing.
CREJApril 26, 2016
RTD A Line: Corridor of Opportunity
The Regional Transportation District's A Line just opened, creating a "Corridor of Opportunity" for catalytic residential and commercial real estate development. See CBRE Research's 'infographic" showing what's happening along the corridor, where the built environment will continue to transform. According to CBRE: • RTD expects average ridership of 24,000 people on weekdays. There will be 4,329 parking…
CREJApril 21, 2016