Kiewit: Leading the Way in a Long Line of Lasting Legacies Since 1884
As the close of the century approached, the firm began taking on sizable commissions, including the masonry of the seven-story Lincoln Hotel and leading construction on the Bekins warehouse as a general contractor in 1900. The partnership between the two brothers lasted some 20 years before they agreed to dissolve it in 1904.
Building DialogueJune 14, 2020
Takeaways from the 2020 State of Downtown report
Denver’s office market serves as a prime example of an industry sector that experienced great strength prepandemic and already is seeing great impact as remote work became mandatory for a vast majority of
CREJJune 14, 2020
Buell Public Media Center: New Era for Public Media in Arapahoe Square
What was once a neglected warehouse with a needle-strewn parking lot at the corner of 21st and Arapahoe streets in Denver is now Buell Public Media Center, the new, one-of-a-kind hub for Colorado’s leaders in public media and journalism.
Building DialogueJune 7, 2020
The Met at Boulevard One: Emblematic of Lowry’s Evolution
A half-century after the last training flight took off here, the end of Runway One relaunched as Boulevard One. The 70-acre, mixed-use development represents the final phase of the planned build-out at Lowry, with more than 100 single-family homes, 250 attached homes, 420 apartments and 100 condominiums, including the new Met at Boulevard One.
Building DialogueJune 1, 2020
Landlords & tenants work together during the COVID-19 crisis
Over the course of three weeks in March, our lives were turned over forcefully by the tsunami-like winds of a global pandemic. For those who’ve lost loved ones, friends, jobs or any chance of maintaining your
CREJJune 1, 2020
Legal limits: Shutdowns, rent issues & distancing
Even before the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, the retail sector was struggling nationwide, presenting myriad challenges for the commercial real estate sector. Now, the pandemic has accelerated
CREJMay 25, 2020
Redeveloping, Repositioning Existing Assets for a New Generation
In 2018, Denver reached a record $9.4 billion in new construction. That same year, the first new high-rise in more than 30 years was constructed at 1144 15th St. While construction volume reduced slightly in 2019, several additional tall buildings are under construction or in the city’s current planning pipeline.
Building DialogueMay 22, 2020
Denver saw retail growth before global pandemic
It’s undisputed that the global coronavirus pandemic has significantly disrupted the retail market. As states like Colorado issued stay-at-home orders, many retailers closed and retail investment activity
CREJMay 22, 2020
Choose Materials that Minimize Carbon Emissions During their Production
As documented by the World Resources Institute Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, building production and operations emit 33% of the global energy-related greenhouse gas emissions, making them the single biggest carbon emitter by sector, and emissions are expected to double by 2050.
Building DialogueMay 18, 2020
Denver’s retail has a proven resiliency track record
From the moment we began sheltering in place, retail real estate became top of mind for those in the industry. With the nationwide closure of large segments of retailers, questions of retail’s survival are
CREJMay 17, 2020