• EKS&H headlines CREJ tax reform conference

    Executives from accounting firm EKS&H will dominate the upcoming tax reform conference sponsored by the Colorado Real Estate Journal. Denver-based EKS&H is a nationally recognized professional services firm providing audit, tax, technology, wealth advisory and business consulting services to public and private clients locally, nationally and internationally. EKS&H is the nation’s 11th largest accounting, tax, consulting and wealth management firm, following...

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  • 10,000 making waves in apartment circles

    Ten Thousand Waves is a world-class resort on a mountain road in Santa Fe. But what is really making waves in Denver apartment circles is the number 10,000. Specifically, the observation by apartment guru Cary Bruteig that developers can’t build much more than 10,000 units in the Denver area has given developers much more confidence that the market isn’t going...

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  • Look at last Union Station development site

    The clock is ticking on an opportunity to buy a parking lot at 19th Street and Walnut Place that is described as the last development parcel available near Denver Union Station. Offer are due this Thursday, Sept. 27, for the 16,091-square-foot parking lot at 2001 19th St. and 1903 Chestnut Place. The property, which is zoned for a 140-foot-tall building, is being listed...

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  • Flywheel Capital assembles key site

    Flywheel Capital, a Denver-based private real estate investment group created slightly more than a year ago, recently completed an assemblage of almost 4 acres on the southwest corner of East Evans Avenue and south Interstate 25. “It’s Main and Main,” said Ben Hrouda, founder and managing partner of Flywheel. In total, Flywheel and its development partners paid about $13.3 million...

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  • Kairoi loves Denver

    Kairoi (pronounced KY-roy) is a Greek word that means moments in time when opportunities are seized. Kairoi also is the new name of a San Antonio-based multifamily developer that has a growing presence in Denver. Kairoi is the perfect name change for Lynde, according to Sam Kasparek, a managing partner at Lynd and now at Kairoi. Since 2003, Lynd had developed...

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  • Buyer drills Bell Park site

    The mystery buyer who has the prominent “Bell Park” site along Speer Boulevard under contract has taken a preliminary, but necessary, step in buying one of the most high-profile sites in downtown Denver. The unidentified buyer hired the firm Terracon Co., which on Monday was boring 80 feet under the surface of the site to take core samples on the...

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  • Sprawl poll. Vote on whether Stapleton is sprawl or smart growth

    Sprawl. Is sprawl like pornography? Speaking of the latter in 1964, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously said, “I know it when I see it,” even though it might be difficult to articulate in words. Not that sprawl, whether in an urban or suburban setting, hasn’t been defined. “The term sprawl, as used by land developers, planners and governmental...

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  • Home Manager app hits home for Elowe

    Home Manager, an app that replaces a three-ring binder with all of the information about your new home or condo, at first blush might seem like an unusual career segue for developer David Elowe. After all, Elowe, as principal of Denver-based Urban West Group, developed the 11-story, 213-unit One Observatory Park apartment tower near the University of Denver, literally a...

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  • Colorado Real Estate Journal industrial conference coming

    Colorado Real Estate Journal is hosting an industrial conference as the Denver-area is on the cusp of entering a three-year bull market. The Colorado Real Estate Journal 2018 Industrial Summit & Expo will be held from noon until 4:45 p.m. on Sept. 5 at the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center. The half-day conference will be held immediately after an office...

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  • Office market soaring in Denver

    Office envy. The Denver area’s office market is approaching a decade of expansion and likely will continue to be one of the top office markets in the U.S. “Denver’s office market continued full steam ahead in its ninth straight year of expansion,” according to a recently released second quarter research report from Newmark Knight Frank. How good was the Denver-area...

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