Office project roundup
Following is a roundup of 16 office properties around Denver that are either recently completed or under construction. Buildings were required to be around 100,000 square feet or larger and needed to be
Michelle AskelandJune 28, 2017
Considerations for acoustic, AV upgrades
Within office environments, acoustics, audiovisual and security elements can be an overwhelming task to manage. New technologies bring new design considerations, which means in addition
CREJJune 28, 2017
Debunking the myth of the suburban office downfall
You can’t drive more than one block in downtown Denver without your view being interrupted by a towering crane. All the new construction concentrated within a few
CREJJune 19, 2017
Can economic diversity reduce construction cycle volatility?
Economic diversity could be one of the defining factors in commercial real estate and apartment construction cycles in Colorado. Economic diversity measures how financial
CREJJune 19, 2017
Denver’s Zoning: Are We More Divided than Ever?
I sat on the Denver Planning Board in the 1990s and watched the beginning of today’s debates about growth. When we developed Blueprint Denver, the ideas about stability and change emerged through community dialogue.
Building DialogueJune 19, 2017
UCHealth to help meet the need in Cherry Creek
The five-story, 89,000-square-foot building, which will offer primary and advanced care, including cancer care, women’s care, additional specialties, state-of-the-art imaging and an outpatient surgery center, is being designed and constructed through a partnership with Brookhaven Capital Partners.
Jennifer HayesJune 4, 2017
Upside: Country Club Towers
In development, everyone is looking for an advantage. What can be offered that no one else has and/or how can what everyone else has be offered in a way that is new, different and more appealing. On the whole, Denver has what few other cites do – year-round fantastic weather; immediate access to one of North America’s premier outdoor playgrounds; an easygoing vibe; a healthy love of dogs; and, on the grand scale of American cites, at least the remnants of affordability.
Building DialogueJune 4, 2017
A Preservation Success Story: 17th Avenue and Pearl Street
In 2017, the 117-year-old building on the corner of 17th Avenue and Pearl Street, most recently home to the Tavern Uptown, will undergo extensive renovations. It will also welcome a new neighbor of significantly more girth, an eight-story multifamily development that will be home to more than 300 new apartments.
Building DialogueMay 12, 2017
How deep is the demand for high-end apartments?
One of the hallmarks of the current development boom has been the degree to which it has been focused almost exclusively on high-end apartments. Proponents say it represents a change in our
CREJMay 11, 2017