Boulder leasing and development activity continue

Over 5,000 students graduated from University of Colorado Boulder in May. If any of those grads wants to stay in Boulder, despite a 2.7% unemployment count between July 2018-March 2019, there were over

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June 24, 2019

Companies get creative due to Denver’s talent war

A thriving economy is what all of us in business hope for, but there is no doubt that Denver’s robust growth also is creating many challenges for companies. At the top of this list, and permeating all

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June 23, 2019

Office developers meet amenities gap in RiNo

River North is an emerging office submarket adjacent to Lower Downtown Denver. In RiNo exists is a rare opportunity for office developers to be strategic about delivering amenities. Industry Denver, which just

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June 21, 2019

Will Senate Bill 181 impact Denver’s office market?

In early March, a sweeping and comprehensive bill was introduced to Colorado. It was processed through our state’s political offices and eventually passed over the Governor’s desk to be signed into law.

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June 17, 2019

Flexible workspaces are no longer a future concept

There’s no question that coworking and other flexible office solutions are fundamentally changing global commercial real estate markets. The phenomenon’s footprint has exploded fivefold since its earliest days

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June 17, 2019

Opportunities blossom in Denver’s submarkets

Finding the right office space to call home is never as easy as it seems. Multiple factors – from building type to size to amenities to location – require thoughtful consideration to ensure a company finds a space

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June 16, 2019

Aurora seeks to transform its office market

In what once was a bedroom community, a quiet evolution is taking place. The city of Aurora has changed from a sprawling suburb to a bustling metropolitan city over the last few decades, boasting

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March 25, 2019

Growth drives opportunity in emerging micromarkets

In 2018, metro Denver continued to experience strong economic growth trends, as the increasingly diverse business climate and highly educated workforce encouraged an influx of new businesses

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March 25, 2019

Capital pursues Denver, driving record pricing

Last year was a year to remember. Office transaction volume exceeded $3 billion, driven by 14 downtown sales totaling $1.35 billion; a substantial increase from 2017 when only seven transactions

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March 18, 2019

Light rail impacts various submarkets differently

Transit-oriented development continues to be a hot topic of conversation among all stakeholders in commercial real estate in the Denver area. As our population grows and traffic congestion worsens,

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March 17, 2019