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
construction site

Builders, contractors, subs: Protect cash flow

You’ve heard it said that cash is king. In a boom market, cash flow is hands down your most important asset. According to Forbes Magazine, the No. 1 reason that businesses fail is that they run out of cash.

CREJ

September 1, 2016

CBRE: Northern Colorado commercial real estate strong across the board

Overall fundamentals in Northern Colorado's commercial real estate market are encouraging with record or near-record low vacancy rates and positive net absorption in all three sectors: Record low vacancy and availability indicates demand for new office space. Near record low vacancy elevates industrial lease rates. Direct retail vacancy declined to 3.6%, 10 basis points off the…

CREJ

August 31, 2016
JLL market update

Avison Young releases Office Research Report

The energy industry, now entering into the third year of a downturn, is beginning to dampen absorption gains as oil and gas tenants continue to downsize. Energy companies occupy roughly 11% of office space in the CBD- enough of a footprint to have an impact on the market without derailing the positive momentum of downtown.…

CREJ

August 31, 2016
Majestic Commercenter

Majestic launches huge development project

Fueled by a continuation of favorable local and national market conditions, including historically low vacancy rates, as well as a prelease of a 452,400-square-foot building to Amazon earlier this year, Majestic Realty Co. plans to build what will be the largest, single-phase speculative industrial development in the state’s history, according to industry experts. The developer…

CREJ

August 15, 2016

Development impact fee is an unfair burden

NAIOP Colorado, the commercial real estate development association, is concerned about the lack of affordable housing

CREJ

August 15, 2016
Denver skyline

Dedicated affordable housing fund is crucial for Denver

Thousands of people in our city lack access to the simple advantages so many of us take for granted, like a place to call home

CREJ

August 15, 2016

This finance game is different

If you are anywhere near the real estate industry, you probably hear your colleagues talking baseball with increasing frequency

CREJ

August 15, 2016

A look at ‘Main & Main’ in Northern Colorado

We estimate that the aggregate value of the projects that will be completed, are under construction or will break ground at 2534 in 2016 will approach, or exceed, $500 million.

CREJ

August 14, 2016

Build through a slowdown with FHA, HUD

Commercial lending is tightening. That’s reality! It’s not meant to sound alarm bells but, simply put, lenders have quietly become more selective on the loans they close.

CREJ

August 14, 2016

Edited by the Colorado Real Estate Journal staff.