Denver on the cusp of becoming tier 1 tech hub

Denver has an incredible window of opportunity ahead of itself. Areas with high concentrations or clusters of rapidly growing tech firms have created economic growth and changed office market dynamics. Tech companies leased more than

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December 20, 2019

Office developers: Please look closer at Golden

First, there’s the hard data: There is 3 million square feet of office space with Golden addresses. Office vacancy stands at 5.4% with a 5% rental rate increase over the last year. Golden has had a positive 78,000 sf of absorption in the past 24

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December 19, 2019

How tariffs may stunt construction & leasing

Regardless of political leanings, American companies are girding for a rough ride if the tariff situation bleeds into the new year. After some 17 months, the Trump administration’s cat-and-mouse trade war with China shows few signs of resolution

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December 16, 2019

Space invaders! Tech ‘aliens’ abduct office space

Snowflake, Robinhood, Freshworks, Checkr, Udemy, Snapdocs, Fastly, Pivotal, Slack, Salesforce, Gusto, Xactly. To the naked eye, this looks like a menu of available options for Playstation or XBox. To the Denver commercial real estate

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December 15, 2019

The leasing vs. owning decision in today’s market

For office tenants that have had to stomach increasing lease rates, which are up a staggering 38% in metro Denver since they bottomed out in 2010, the idea of owning their own building or condo is

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September 22, 2019

Amid warning signs, recession is not imminent

The U.S. economy reached its longest expansion phase in history in July, and Denver arguably has benefitted as much as any metro area in the country. Dubbed 2018’s best economy in the nation,

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September 22, 2019

Modest supply to keep rental gains stable

Entering the second half of 2019, the tight labor market remains a primary driver of domestic growth; however, exceptionally low unemployment is restraining job gains, slowing first-half employment creation

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September 20, 2019

Success of new, newly renovated Denver buildings

Office investors continue to ask themselves where they can find opportunity in the metro’s rapidly developing markets.

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September 15, 2019

Elitch redevelopment to change Denver – but before the cycle ends?

In December 2018, Denver City Council approved a rezoning for the 62-acre parcel that is currently home to the Elitch Gardens amusement park, the first step toward realizing a massive urban reconfiguration that developer Revesco Properties is calling “The River Mile.”

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September 15, 2019

Where are large blocks of urban office space?

Since the market began to rebound in 2011, Denver’s landscape has changed significantly, both economically and physically.

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September 15, 2019