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

CREJ

November 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

CREJ

November 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

CREJ

November 17, 2019

The exciting future of multifamily design in Colo.

Today’s multifamily experience undoubtedly has matured over recent decades.

CREJ

September 6, 2019

Increasing demand from renters for larger units

As homeownership in Denver becomes increasingly more expensive, we expect demand for larger rental units to increase.

CREJ

August 25, 2019

Denver apts.: Climate change or just weather?

Planning is paramount in developing strategic initiatives, increasing flexibility and reducing risk across all businesses and industries, including multifamily.

CREJ

August 22, 2019

The impact of mill levies on property value

Developers from out of state, namely Texas, where real estate taxes are much higher, typically are pleased to see how low taxes are in Colorado.

CREJ

August 21, 2019

Springs’ booming economy impacts apartment market

Colorado Springs rewrites the rulebook on millennial appeal, creating a reputation as a hot spot for young professionals seeking a higher quality of life.

CREJ

August 18, 2019

Are we there yet? Denver’s multifamily market

Denver (and most of the country) is coming up on 10 years of continued economic expansion.

CREJ

August 18, 2019

Housing crisis motivates innovative, new approaches

A recent report by ATTOM Data Solutions announced Denver as the worst county for home affordability in the United States, as a percentage of income necessary to afford a median-priced home relative to historic averages.

CREJ

August 18, 2019