Sky Hotel

Rowland+Broughton Architecture to design redevelopment of Sky Hotel

Rowland+Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design was selected as architect for the redevelopment of the Sky Hotel, now W Aspen, at the base of Aspen Mountain and as interior designer for The Sky Residences at W Aspen. Northridge Capital LLC, owner of the Sky Hotel in Aspen, recently announced plans to redevelop the property in partnership with…

Jennifer Hayes

January 30, 2016
Panelists from the 2016 Development & Construction Summit

Multifamily construction to remain strong in Colorado

Everyone loves Denver. And it’s a key factor in the continued construction of apartment properties across the metro area, which doesn’t show signs of slowing down in the near term, according to the multifamily forecast panel at the 2016 Development & Construction Summit presented by the Colorado Real Estate Journal. “We’re seeing an urban shift…

Jennifer Hayes

January 29, 2016
Village at Lionstone

Colorado Springs buyer sees value in $28.1 million apartment buy

A Colorado Springs-based buyer continues to expand its portfolio with its $28.1 million acquisition of the Village at Lionstone – a purchase pointing to growing activity in the city’s southeast multifamily submarket. All Pro Capital paid $97,569 per unit to Seagate for the 288-unit gated Village at Lionstone community. “All Pro Capital’s purchase of the…

Jennifer Hayes

January 29, 2016
Hord Coplan

Hord Coplan Macht receives award for Emily Griffith Campus

Hord Coplan Macht, formerly SlaterPaull Architects, received the Mountains and Plains Award for Planning from the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Association for Learning Environments for the Emily Griffith Campus in Denver. The award was given to the firm for its master planning and programming work to convert the former office building at 1860 Lincoln…

Jennifer Hayes

January 23, 2016
The Edge

Pinkard Construction breaks ground on The Edge project

Loveland Housing Authority, with Pinkard Construction Co. and OZ Architecture, broke ground in November on LHA’s newest project, The Edge. The Edge is a 68,000-square-foot, ground-up facility with 70 units of affordable housing for income-qualified individuals and homeless veterans. The facility consists of six three-story wood-framed buildings and a single-story clubhouse. Sixty of the units…

Jennifer Hayes

January 23, 2016
Woodmen Commons

Private investor buys Woodmen Commons for record $35 million

Woodmen Commons recently traded for $35 million in what is believed to be the highest-priced retail sale to close in Colorado Springs in 2015. A private investor, identified as TKG Woodmen Commons LLC, an entity of The Kroenke Group by public records, purchased the 156,010-square-foot center from Rosenbaum-Dean, which developed Woodmen Commons. Situated at 1706-1790…

Jennifer Hayes

January 23, 2016
Market Center Colorado Springs

Market Center sells for $9.55M

The Market Center sale is the latest value-add acquisition for DPC Development Co. The Denver-based firm added to its Colorado Springs holdings with the $9.55 million, or $52.80-per-square-foot, purchase of the 180,000-sf center. C-III, a special servicer, sold Market Center, which also included five out-parcels. “We liked the low price per square foot,” said DPC…

Jennifer Hayes

January 20, 2016

Urology center sells for $35.15M

A high-net-worth buyer out of Minneapolis acquired The Urology Center of Colorado in one of the highest priced medical office building transactions ever to close in the Denver metro area. Olympus Ventures LLC paid $35.15 million, or $623.79 per square foot, for the 56,349-sf building. “This is one of the highest-priced medical buildings I have…

Jennifer Hayes

January 8, 2016

Baston-Cook, Swinerton top out SkyHouse Denver

Baston-Cook Construction and Swinerton Builders ceremonially topped out SkyHouse Denver, a 354-unit luxury apartment building in the Uptown neighborhood. In February 2015, the development team of Novare Group, Simpson Housing and Baston-Cook Development Co. broke ground on the 26-floor apartment development at the corner of Broadway and 18th Avenue. SkyHouse Denver is slated for delivery…

Jennifer Hayes

January 1, 2016

Questions over construction defect claims

Amy Brimah Managing partner, Brimah LLP, Denver Common-interest communities are governed through boards of homeowners that serve the association. After a certain period of time, the developer must transition the control of the board to homeowners who own units in the project. The city and county of Denver has joined the city of Lakewood and…

Jennifer Hayes

January 1, 2016

Jennifer Hayes has been an editor with the CREJ since 2000. Jennifer covers multifamily and retail news in the Denver metro area plus all property types in Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado. She also covers the finance market as well as solicits bylines articles and is editor of the Health Care Properties 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.