The Henry: Modern Sophistication with a Nod to Denver’s Prairie Style Roots

the henry

The Henry sits on a 4-acre, triangle-shaped parcel in the Gates redevelopment area framed by East Mississippi, South Sherman and the Valley Highway/light rail lines. After some careful study, Carmel Partners came on board as owner, developer and contractor. 

Building Dialogue

March 3, 2019

Growth in Colorado Springs Drives Wellness Focus

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The charming town of Colorado Springs, founded by Gen. William Jackson Palmer in 1871, has long been a popular destination. The beautiful scenery welcomed U.S. and international visitors, and the plentiful sunshine and dry climate drew those seeking health benefits.

Building Dialogue

February 25, 2019

How it all relates: Student debt, rents and mortgages

True to form, the relationship between student loan debt and homeownership rate has proven to be adversarial, as monthly student loan payments reduce one’s ability to obtain a mortgage.

CREJ

February 25, 2019

Betters retires from Loveland Housing Authority

In November, Colorado’s longest-serving public housing authority executive director retired. When Sam Betters, of the Loveland Housing Authority, was asked why he decided to step down, he simply

CREJ

February 24, 2019

Strong metrics keep sentiment cautiously optimistic

Overlook at Mile Hig

At the end of January, what felt like the entire multifamily industry in North America converged on the scene in San Diego for the National Multifamily Housing Council annual meeting. The week at NMHC

CREJ

February 22, 2019

Lone Tree, RidgeGate Embrace Attainable Housing

Attainable housing choices are essential to metro Denver’s continued economic growth and development. In the Lone Tree/Douglas County region, the challenge is even greater given the current median home price of over $600,000 and the median apartment rental price of approximately $2,000 per month.

Building Dialogue

February 18, 2019

What’s the future of parking for multifamily projects?

In the world of planning, design, finance and development, parking has become a necessary evil. You need parking to satisfy the demands of zoning and finance, and to attract customers to a multifamily

CREJ

February 18, 2019

Quality of life remains key for Espinosa’s projects

On a January afternoon, I had the opportunity to have coffee with Joseph Espinosa, executive director of Brighton Housing Authority, and talk to him about architecture, resident services and his goal of

CREJ

February 17, 2019

Right of first refusal ordinance brings complexities

The city of Denver predicts that nearly 2,000 apartment units within the city and county limits are at risk of converting from affordable-restricted units to market-rate units in the coming years; potentially

CREJ

February 17, 2019

Investor sentiments and trends in retail real estate

Posting a year-over-year increase in transaction volumes, it appears the consecutive decline in retail real estate trades has turned the corner. After surviving a few years of negative headlines and threats

CREJ

February 11, 2019