• 1031 exchanges may be axed by Trump’s tax plan

    Riki Hashimoto’s phone was ringing off the hook late last week. Anxious investors had one question for the commercial real estate broker after President Donald Trump released his still skeletal outline for tax reform last Wednesday: “Are 1031 exchanges going away?” While a lot of media ink was devoted to things like the proposed 15 percent corporate tax rate and...

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  • 1031 exchanges may be axed by Trump’s tax plan

    Riki Hashimoto’s phone was ringing off the hook late last week. Anxious investors had one question for the commercial real estate broker after President Donald Trump released his still skeletal outline for tax reform last Wednesday: “Are 1031 exchanges going away?” While a lot of media ink was devoted to things like the proposed 15 percent corporate tax rate and...

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  • Majestic lives up to its name with giant warehouse

    Majestic Realty Co. is living up to its name with a giant warehouse on its drawing board. Consider: The warehouse is the size of almost 13 football fields; It could store 10 Statute of Liberties; The amount of steel used to construct it could build 1,883 Priuses; The asphalt required could build a 20-foot-wide road that stretches from downtown Denver...

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  • Majestic lives up to its name with giant warehouse

    Majestic Realty Co. is living up to its name with a giant warehouse on its drawing board. Consider: The warehouse is the size of almost 13 football fields; It could store 10 Statute of Liberties; The amount of steel used to construct it could build 1,883 Priuses; The asphalt required could build a 20-foot wide road that stretches from downtown...

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  • Flight taking off at Taxi

    Freight was the only multitenant, speculative office building under construction in Denver during the Great Recession, recalled Kyle Zeppelin, on a recent pleasant spring afternoon, as he sipped an espresso in the Black Black Coffee shop in the mixed-use Taxi development. Freight was 100 percent leased even before it opened in Taxi. Now, Zeppelin, the son of Mickey Zeppelin, the pioneering...

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  • Infinity LoHi opening its doors

    Infinity LoHi is the latest luxury apartment community opening its doors in the trendy Lower Highland area. The 273-unit community at 2298 W. 28th Ave. is taking appointment from renters. The first residents can start to move in in May. Infinity LoHi is the first apartment community in Denver by Florida-based Richman Signature Properties. “Incredible things are happening within the LoHi...

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  • Niederman bullish on commercial real estate

    There are plenty of shiny, new office towers sprouting along the southeast corridor where Peter Niederman could easily lease 25,000 square feet for his residential real estate firm. So why did Niederman, CEO of Kentwood Real Estate, one of the nation’s most successful residential real estate firms, instead decide to build his own office building, just west of the Denver...

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  • Historic district dissent in NW Denver

    Historic district dissent. Last week, West Highland neighbors filed a draft application with Denver Community Planning and Development to create another historic district in the Northwest Denver neighborhood. Although the application will likely will be revised to a certain extent, it does not sit well with Kevin O’Connell, a 22-year resident of what could become the Packard’s Hill Historic District...

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  • California dreaming at Marcus & Millichap

    California dreaming. If you are a Denver-based apartment broker, you don’t need to be a Mommas and the Poppas fan to be tuned in to the importance of California investors. “I think last year 26 percent of our deals from our office were from California,” said Tyler Stevens, who recently joined the Denver office of Marcus & Millichap as Brian...

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  • Condo colossus coming downtown

    Condo colossus. A Miami developer has unveiled plans for a $500 million condominium development that would bring 800 condominium units to downtown Denver in two, 40-story towers. The towers, on a 55,000-square-foot property at 1901 Arapahoe St., would represent the single largest condo project ever built in Denver. Units are anticipated to be priced from the mid-$200,00 to more than...

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