Tips for enhancing the tenant experience

Simple logic dictates that the most-likely tenants to occupy a building in the future are the existing tenants.

CREJ

September 19, 2016
Rangeview IV

HFF arranges $16.35 million refi for Rangeview IV

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP secured a $16.35 million refinancing for Rangeview IV, an 82,381-square-foot, single-tenant office building in Loveland. Working on behalf of the borrower, RVAA LLC, an affiliate of McWhinney, HFF placed the 15-year, fixed-rate loan with Vectra Bank (Zion’s Bancorp). Earlier in the year, HFF worked on behalf of an affiliate of McWhinney to…

CREJ

September 19, 2016

Riding the collaborative office roller coaster

In the past five years, Denver has been a trendsetter for the proliferation of collaborative office facilities nationwide.

CREJ

September 16, 2016
construction site

Final rule for implementing ‘blacklisting’ law released

Often referred to as the "blacklisting law, the executive order requires prospective and existing contractors to disclose violations of labor laws.

CREJ

September 16, 2016

HFF appoints Katz co-head of Denver office

HFF announced today that veteran HFF Senior Managing Director Mark Katz has relocated from the firm’s Chicago office to the Denver office, where he will co-head the office with Senior Managing Director Eric Tupler. Additionally, Katz will lead the investment sales platform for the Denver office. Mark Katz Katz has more than 19 years of…

CREJ

September 15, 2016

Startup report highlights ‘thriving’ culture of downtown Denver

“Fifty-six center city startups raised more than $420 million in venture capital funding, up from 2015.”

CREJ

September 12, 2016

New image of RiNo defines future of neighborhood

The River North Art District/neighborhood of Denver is undergoing a significant transformation from an industrial corridor to a thriving artistic, eclectic, mixed-use destination. In a new rendering, OZ Architecture collaborated with more than a dozen fellow design firms and developers to assemble the first all-encompassing view of what the neighborhood’s redevelopment is shaping up to be. The Brighton…

CREJ

September 7, 2016

The business case for funding school improvements

This is self-evident – most people would acknowledge that it is difficult to learn in stuffy spaces that are too dark or not a comfortable temperature. Yet day after day many students and staff are required to function in such environments without adequate financial support to improve their condition.

CREJ

September 2, 2016

Community hospitals fill need for access, convenience

Historically, when someone referred to a “community hospital,” they were usually referring to a scaled-down general hospital in a smaller town or rural area.

CREJ

September 2, 2016
Eagle Nest Apartments

Mountains face supply-and-demand imbalances

Greg Price answers questions about the multifamily property market in Colorado’s mountain resort communities

CREJ

September 2, 2016

Edited by the Colorado Real Estate Journal staff.