Isenberg

Isenberg, Gosch conversation at CREJ hotel conference

Walter Isenberg couldn’t have picked a better name than Sage Hospitality when he co-founded the hotel management, investment and development firm 35 years ago. That’s because if there was ever a “hotel sage” in Denver, it would be Isenberg. Hundreds of fortunate people can get a front row insight into what makes Isenberg tick later…

John Rebchook

May 6, 2019

Partnership breaks ground on Parkside

A long-awaited $78.7 million mixed-use development in Aurora is under construction. Parkside @ City Centre is a ground-up, mixed-use property comprising 216 market-rate apartments and approximately 36,000 square feet of retail space on 5.6 acres at South Sable Street and East Alameda Avenue. Northstar Commercial and Milender White are co-sponsors for the project that Summit…

Jennifer Hayes

May 5, 2019
laurel cherry creek

Johnson Nathan Strohe-designed condominium project opens its doors in Cherry Creek North

The Pauls Corp.’s Laurel Cherry Creek recently opened at 155 Steele St. in Cherry Creek North. Built by Haselden Construction and designed by Johnson Nathan Strohe, Laurel Cherry Creek is a 12-story, 260,255-square-foot luxury condominium community. 

Kris Oppermann Stern

May 5, 2019
18245 E. 40th Ave.

Growing Denver beverage distributor leases 155,775 sf

A Colorado- and Utah-based beverage distributor leased a 155,775-square-foot building in Aurora in one of the largest industrial lease transactions so far this year. New Age Beverages Corp., a publicly traded company that distributes natural and organic drinks including kombucha, coconut water and other products, leased the building at 18245 E. 40th Ave. in Gateway…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

May 4, 2019

Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge teams find common ground; DU defends title

The University of Denver defended its title at the 17thannual Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge Thursday night with its proposed redevelopment plan for The Denver Shops, a 40.5-acre industrial property in Globeville. Finalist teams from both DU and the University of Colorado were on the same wavelength in this year’s NAIOP Colorado competition, looking to…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

May 3, 2019

The yield curve inverted in March, what does it mean?

In a previous CREJ article from last May, I discussed strategies to minimize risk in a flat yield curve environment. While those financing strategies of utilizing forward commitments and interest rate

CREJ

May 3, 2019
Westmoor Place

CapRidge Partners spends $89.9 million on Westmoor buildings

An Austin, Texas, company invested $89.9 million in 632,416 square feet of Class A office space on the U.S. Highway 36 corridor in Westminster. CapRidge Partners LLC, an operating partner to institutional capital, secured four buildings in Westmoor Technology Park in deals involving two sellers. Investcorp sold Westmoor Place, a three-building campus that comprises Westmoor…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

May 2, 2019
2950 E. Harmony

Fort Collins change management firm switches headquarters site

A global change management company headquartered in Fort Collins leased 33,720 square feet of office space on the Harmony Road corridor. Prosci Inc. has outgrown its space at 5042 Technology Parkway and will expand into the building at 2950 E. Harmony Road. In addition to room for expansion, the company was looking for modern space…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

May 2, 2019
workspace

Workspace conference coming

Given the strength of Denver’s economy, the office workspace has never been more important. “I think the workplace experience is the only differentiator if the playing field is level in terms of salary and benefits,” Gillian Hallock Johnson told Rebchook Real Estate Corner. Johnson, a principal at Eppstein Uhen Architects, will be one of the…

John Rebchook

May 1, 2019

Local governments to set rents: A looming threat to CO

Senate Bill 19-225, titled the “Rent Stabilization Act” was introduced April 1 at the Colorado State Capitol, which repeals the statewide ban on rent control and grants local governments authority to

CREJ

April 29, 2019