With property taxes steadily increasing, commercial real estate helping to fund large city initiatives and potentially mandated sustainability improvements, the cost of owning property in Denver is rising
Since its completion in 1983, the “Cash Register Building” has been a dominant and much-beloved focal point of the Denver skyline, so much so that today it is prominently featured on the city’s official logo
Earlier this year, the U.S. Green Building Council released its LEED in Motion: Industrial Facilities report, which highlights collaborative efforts across the manufacturing sector to design and implement LEED
Since its reinstatement in 2014, the Colorado Brownfields Program has been an integral part of the revitalization of properties previously overlooked due to the burden of environmental cleanup requirements
Spec suites – spaces that are built out by a building owner for the purpose of marketing a vacant suite or floor – are growing in popularity and in size, with new projects devoting entire floors and buildings to spec space.
I recently moderated a panel at the Colorado Real Estate Journal’s 13th Annual Property Management Symposium. The panel, comprising Doug Wulf of Cushman & Wakefield, Jamie Gard of NGKF and Alec Wynne of Avison Young, was focused on the competitive nature of office spaces in the current market.