Border States Electric signs 82,000-square-foot lease

Colorado Logistics Park is nearly a quarter preleased before its delivery in the coming weeks. Border States Electric, an electrical supplier to construction, industrial and utility customers, leased 82,000 square feet of space at the park in Denver’s northeast industrial submarket – bringing the initial phase to the development along the Interstate 76 corridor at […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 26, 2020

Lofts at Lincoln Station in Lone Tree sells for $30.5M

The Lofts at Lincoln Station sold in a $30.5 million transaction. Boston-based Eaton Vance paid $299,019 per unit for the 102-unit community located at 9375 Station St. in Lone Tree. Griffis/Blessing Inc. sold the four-story building, constructed in 2015. “Lofts at Lincoln Station is a high-quality property located adjacent to an RTD lightrail stop in […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 26, 2020

Central Denver apts. trade for $140 million

A joint venture between Urban American and Madison International Realty purchased a “one-of-a-kind” asset – the largest value-add apartment community in central Denver. The partnership paid a reported $140 million, or $304,348 per unit, for the Marquis at the Parkway, a 460-unit multifamily property at 1170 Galapago St. in Denver. “Despite COVID-19-related challenges, the sellers […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 19, 2020

Lift One Lodge submits final approval package to city

HayMax Capital has submitted an application for Detailed Final Approval to the city of Aspen for the ski-in/ ski-out resort and residences known as Lift One Lodge and the redevelopment of the surrounding area. “Throughout the public process we consistently heard from community members that the livelier the new base area is, the better it […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 19, 2020

Lowry apartments sell for $105 million to Ohio-based buyer

An Ohio-based buyer paid $105 million for a newly built Lowry multifamily community at a record-setting mark for a Denver metro garden apartment property. The Connor Group added to its Colorado holdings with its purchase of Broadstone Lowry, renamed Alas Over Lowry to pay tribute to Lowry’s Air Force Base history during World War II. […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 12, 2020

Leasing and construction activity continues at 76 Commerce Center

A technology and transportation-related tenant inked a 152,682-square-foot lease at 76 Commerce Center – part of nearly 680,000 sf of leasing and construction activity happening at the Class A Brighton industrial park. The undisclosed tenant, new to the Denver market, signed the lease at Building 4, a 352,240-sf building completed in August at the 1.7-million-sf […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 11, 2020

Pembrooke apartments sell for $163 million

A Salt Lake City-based real estate investment management firm added to its Colorado holdings with the highest-priced multifamily deal to close to date this year in the Denver metro area. Bridge Investment Group paid $163 million, or $169,969 per unit, for Pembrooke on the Green. The 959-unit property was sold by Oak Coast Properties, which […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 5, 2020

Former Toys R Us bldg. sells for conversion to mini storage

Redevelopment is coming to the Citadel area. A long-vacant Toys R Us that was purchased by a partnership last year planning to repurpose it ultimately sold the former retail property to In Self Storage Management LLC, which plans to convert the site to mini storage. The 47,125-square-foot building at 3730 N. Citadel Drive in Colorado […]

Jennifer Hayes

October 4, 2020

Trion Properties makes first Colo. buy with Northglenn apts.

A California-based real estate private equity firm made its first Colorado purchase with its acquisition of The View at North Peak Apartments. Trion Properties paid $38 million, or $131,944 per unit, for The View at North Peak, a 288-unit community at 10701 Pecos St. in Northglenn. “As an experienced owner and operator of apartment communities […]

Jennifer Hayes

September 28, 2020

Pinkard raises $71,270 with golf tournament

Pinkard Construction recently held its inaugural Careers in Construction golf tournament at the Country Club at Castle Pines. The event raised $71,270, providing for more than 30 scholarships for the ACE Scholarship Program for students from low-income families from a variety of different circumstances across numerous states, with 25 Colorado companies and individuals providing the […]

Jennifer Hayes

September 28, 2020

Jennifer Hayes has been an editor with the CREJ since 2000. Jennifer covers multifamily and industrial news in the Denver metro area plus all property types in Colorado Springs, Southern Colorado, mountain towns and the Western Slope. She also handles High Fives news for the paper and is editor of the Health Care & Senior Housing Quarterly. Before joining the Colorado Real Estate Journal, Jennifer served as the assistant sports information director at Texas A&M-Commerce. She earned her bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Colorado and a master's degree in education from A&M-Commerce. Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and son, learning the ways of being a hockey mom, sports, reading and baking.