445 W. 53rd

Lifescape Colorado invests in site along South Platte River

A high-end landscape architecture, construction and maintenance company is growing out of River North and influencing the future of another Denver area.

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

May 16, 2016
61 Inverness

Hawaiian investor pays $10.9 million for Inverness building

A Hawaiian investor has acquired 61 Inverness Drive East, an 87,198-square-foot office building in Inverness Business Park. United Properties sold the three-story building to 61 Inverness Associates, led by a Honolulu investor, for $10.9 million, or $125 per sf. Jeppesen, a subsidiary of The Boeing Co., is the largest of seven tenants, occupying approximately 45…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

May 16, 2016
Winslow Report

The Winslow Report 5-18-16

The Winslow Report, authored by John V. Winslow is a compilation of transactions recently completed in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson counties. The information was gathered from county records and deemed to be reliable. Other sources of research include brochures and information verified by owners or listing/selling brokers. Winslow is president of WinComps…

John Winslow

May 15, 2016

Shrinking units become a growing trend

Apartments are getting smaller and the mix of units is getting less diverse as the multifamily market tries to balance demand from population growth with relatively stagnant income growth.

Michelle Askeland

May 15, 2016

How today’s cycle compares to past decades

We’re all aware of what seems to be a building frenzy in the apartment sector in Denver, accompanied, until recently, by strong rent growth.

CREJ

May 15, 2016
Etkin Johnson

Essex refinances Etkin loan

In the fall of 2000, about 300 Denver area commercial real estate brokers gathered in a field before boarding a five-seat helicopter to provide them with an aerial view of what today is the 293,394-square-foot Lafayette Corporate Campus. “Once you’re up in the air, it’s a no-brainer,” the appeal of the industrial and flex-space campus,…

John Rebchook

May 15, 2016
Amazon building

Amazon’s arrival signals e-growth

Amazon’s arrival in the Denver market signals the beginning of an e-commerce push into the metro area. “We have known for a long time we’re going to see a real growth of e-commerce in the Denver market. It certainly is exciting and really healthy for the market to see this kind of industry start to…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

May 14, 2016
Rolling Hills

ARA team sells Rolling Hills

Investors Management Group recently paid $23.8 million for the 186-unit Rolling Hills, the first institutional-quality apartment community to be built in Castle Rock. The community, at 1129 S. Eaton Court, was built in 1987. “There are only four apartment developments in Castle Rock with over 100 units,” said Shane Ozment, who was part of the…

John Rebchook

May 13, 2016

Landmark court case impacts special district bond market

A recent decision of the Colorado Court of Appeals concerning the Marin Metropolitan District formed in connection with the Landmark development in Greenwood Village has sent tremors through the real estate, financial and legal communities.

CREJ

May 13, 2016
1615 Platte

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…

CREJ

May 11, 2016