The hospital campus redefined
Continuum of care, retailization, flexibility: Buzzwords bringing change and redefining the hospital campus of today.
Jennifer HayesMay 31, 2016
How to deal with wrongful Airbnb subletting
Valued at over $20 billion, Airbnb is the Uber of rentals. Through the Airbnb website, people can rent rooms, apartments and homes.
CREJMay 27, 2016
Negative trifecta is coming to Denver market
The collapse of the housing bubble in 2007 affected single- and multifamily building. Now that we’re almost 10 years past the problem, we see the multifamily market bouncing back strongly while single-family housing has yet to fully recover.
CREJMay 16, 2016
Shrinking units become a growing trend
Apartments are getting smaller and the mix of units is getting less diverse as the multifamily market tries to balance demand from population growth with relatively stagnant income growth.
Michelle AskelandMay 15, 2016
How today’s cycle compares to past decades
We’re all aware of what seems to be a building frenzy in the apartment sector in Denver, accompanied, until recently, by strong rent growth.
CREJMay 15, 2016
The Influence of Design on the Learning Environment
While every prospective student has his own criteria for choosing a college, campus appearance influences the decision between 62 and 80 percent of prospective students.
Building DialogueMay 3, 2016
Beverage production makes its mark on retail
As the alcohol-beverage production industry becomes a larger economic contributor to the state, its commercial real estate footprint increases exponentially. And as this industry evolves to embrace a robust front-of-house as well as production, the retail component becomes more important.
Michelle AskelandMay 2, 2016
Alley activation makes its Denver entrance
There are underutilized gathering spaces in Denver’s real estate – alleys. When alleys are activated, or specifically designed to function as community gathering spaces, they can create unique places that engage visitors.
CREJMay 2, 2016
Boulder by Nature
From the outside, the notion of real estate development is generally seen as a straightforward equation of risk and reward. Those willing to assume the largest of risks lead the line for the greatest rewards and behind them builders, architects, engineers, subcontractors, material suppliers and myriad others eagerly cue up in a revenue chain led by the daring few who see prosperous potential on every corner.
Building DialogueApril 18, 2016
A Passion for a City and its Architecture
Denver architect Jeffrey Sheppard is passionate about architecture. His eye for thoughtful design is matched only by his enduring drive to understand and maximize the human response to the built environment, while elevating the quality of design in the world around us.
Building DialogueApril 5, 2016