Don’t overcommit to fast-casual dining tenants

I grew up with three brothers, so the first question we asked when we got home from school was, “What’s for dinner?” Today, for many families, it’s, “Where should we go for dinner?” My parents took us out to

CREJ

November 5, 2017

Brighton capitalizes on changing consumer demands

Two retail trends are shaping how the city of Brighton and Adams County prepare for future development and community growth while honoring the agriculture backbone that has defined much of the area’s culture

Michelle Askeland

November 1, 2017

Retailer perspective: 3 factors for a successful project

When our team purchased the Colorado franchise rights to Newk’s Eatery in December 2015, the retail market was hot. A year later, when we started researching sites, Denver’s market was on fire – a landlord’s

CREJ

October 30, 2017

Why dollar stores are the retailers of the future

Real estate investors and 1031 exchange buyers continue to gravitate toward single-tenant net lease properties as these properties typically offer long-term leases, minimal management responsibilities and

CREJ

October 30, 2017

Supermarkets must enhance the shopping experience

Overhead view of product section in grocery store

Development of new stores by the conventional supermarkets has slowed, and many observers believe that conventional supermarkets face a new threat from internet giant

CREJ

August 7, 2017

Designing banking locations for the digital age

In the 10 years since the first smartphone was released, essentially enabling everyone to be connected to the internet all the time, the way we live, work, shop and manage our money has

CREJ

July 31, 2017

Denver market offers support for retail opportunities

While high-profile, big-box store closures and Amazon’s announcement of its acquisition of Whole Foods fuel the narrative that brick-and-mortar retail is coming to an end, a deeper

CREJ

July 31, 2017

‘Big city chefs’ bring cosmopolitan flair to Mile High

801 Chophouse

Denver’s culinary scene is rapidly evolving and attracting the interest of chefs and restaurateurs from some of the nation’s most prominent dining cities, including New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles,

CREJ

April 28, 2017

16th Street Mall: An economic engine

Denver Pavilions

Downtown Denver and its city center neighborhoods are home to nearly 80,000 residents, a number that has increased by 16,000 since 2010. Denver is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, and

CREJ

April 28, 2017

Black Hawk eyes development renaissance

Gregory Street, Black Hawk

How does a historic mining and mill town of less than 2 square miles become a destination for more than 20,000 visitors daily and a gaming hub that contributes $88 million annually in taxes to the Colorado economy? With the indomitable spirit and unwavering

CREJ

February 6, 2017