Accelerated growth defines Denver’s past decade
Denver has been the poster child for accelerated growth in the past decade. After recovering from the recession, the city added jobs at a healthy pace and managed to keep unemployment rates .
CREJFebruary 3, 2020
Opinion: Study shows why rent control doesn’t work
In the Denver area, the population has grown dramatically faster than construction of new housing units. Just under 500,000 people have moved to the Denver metro area since 2009, and
CREJFebruary 2, 2020
Colorado Springs enjoys a downtown revival
You’ve seen it in Denver – now it is happening in downtown Colorado Springs. An international attraction is opening soon, the U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame. A new downtown
CREJDecember 9, 2019
Public-private partnerships provide project options
Adapt or die. It’s as true of real estate development as it is in nature. That phrase has been repeated in various forms by authors, researchers, business coaches and, let’s not forget,
CREJNovember 25, 2019
Lakewood project repurposes blighted property
“I am not sure there is any greater impact on a community and on personal lives than taking a blighted, contaminated, vacant, unattractive building and turning it into a vibrant, beautiful space
CREJNovember 24, 2019
Where are Denver apartment rents headed in 2020?
Denver continues to be a premier destination for job seekers in this growth cycle, but net migration and total employment growth is decelerating from their peaks set earlier in the cycle.
CREJNovember 22, 2019
Murals elevate apartments into landmarks
While the Denver skyline continues to be filled with cranes, owners and managers of multifamily properties have found themselves in a virtual arms race to provide the latest and greatest
CREJNovember 18, 2019
Apt. industry, residents contribute $39B to Denver
The apartment industry and its residents contribute $39 billion annually to Denver’s economy, $60.9 billion to Colorado’s and more than $3.4 trillion – or $9.3 billion daily – to the national
CREJNovember 18, 2019
How Denver rents stack up to buying in the city
In the past 10 years, we have seen a substantial shift in housing trends, specifically household’s increased preference to rent and decreased feasibility to own. On a national level, the steadily
CREJNovember 17, 2019
The exciting future of multifamily design in Colo.
Today’s multifamily experience undoubtedly has matured over recent decades.
CREJSeptember 6, 2019