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Colorado Pulse: The Changing Face of Our Architectural Community

The face of Colorado’s architectural community is quietly transforming, one firm at a time, as a new generation of designers nudges its way into a changing marketplace. With mergers and acquisitions already replacing many of our state’s iconic firms of the past – and other notable, long-established firms beginning the transition to new leadership – a change of guard is at hand.

Building Dialogue

June 28, 2016

Do offices with higher densities need more parking?

How can I add more parking spaces? It’s a question I hear frequently from office building owners, developers and property managers. Office building densities are rapidly increasing

CREJ

June 20, 2016

Energy sector still impacting office market

From an office market perspective, last year was characterized by significant changes in the energy sector, as the industry grappled with a sustained depression of global oil prices.

CREJ

June 14, 2016

Responding to consumer driven health care

Improving patient experience incorporates pushing care to where the patient is located, functional design, as well as assuring convenient hours and access.

CREJ

June 13, 2016

Investors around globe eye Denver’s potential

Everyone is flocking to Denver – millennials, hippies, boomers and, of course, real estate investors. Not only is Denver the No. 1 place for business and careers, according to Forbes, and one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S., but also the barrier to entry for real estate investors is relatively low

CREJ

June 13, 2016

Inside & Out(side): Ardent Mills has New Urban Roots | Kieding

It's fairly safe to assume that flour-milling and interior design have very little in common. Why would they, after all? Flour-milling by definition is industrial, utilitarian, sober in its office design and predictably conventional in its corporate culture. But Denver’s Ardent Mills is anything but conventional.

Building Dialogue

June 7, 2016

1401 Lawrence: Forward Facing

Debuting on Denver’s expanding cultural red carpet and filling a long-missing link in the city’s urban fabric, Toronto-based First Gulf’s new office development 1401 Lawrence is poised to usher in the next generation of skyline-defining towers.

Building Dialogue

May 31, 2016

The hospital campus redefined

Continuum of care, retailization, flexibility: Buzzwords bringing change and redefining the hospital campus of today.

Jennifer Hayes

May 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.

CREJ

May 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.

CREJ

May 16, 2016