Whole Foods will occupy former Boulder Lucky’s Market

A new grocery tenant will occupy a former Lucky’s Market location in Boulder, following the national chain’s bankruptcy. Whole Foods Market leased 32,000 square feet at Table Mesa Shopping Center at the intersection of Table Mesa Drive and South Broadway in Boulder. The tenant will replace Lucky’s Market, which vacated the property after filing for […]

Jenna Walters

June 29, 2020

AGC Biologics acquires industrial facility

A global contract and manufacturing company acquired the former AstraZeneca facility in Boulder. AGC Biologics purchased the 178,713-square-foot manufacturing facility at 5550 Airport Blvd. from seller AstraZeneca. The building, which was built in the mid-1990s, has been vacant for 16 months. A team from Binswanger, including Eric Dienstbach, senior vice president, marketed the property’s availability. […]

Jenna Walters

June 15, 2020

Renovated Louisville industrial property leases up

A six-tenant industrial building in Boulder County has been fully leased following an extensive renovation to the property. The entire 411,485-squarefoot industrial property, located at 333- 335 Centennial Parkway in Louisville, was leased, with four new tenants joining two existing tenants. Tyler Carner, Jeremy Ballenger and Jeremy Kroner of CBRE’s Denver and Boulder offices represented […]

Jenna Walters

May 11, 2020

3 key trends are shaping Boulder’s retail future

The Boulder market has experienced a remarkable near five-fold increase in construction of retail space from fourth-quarter 2018 to fourth-quarter 2019. According to CBRE research, 105,803 square feet

CREJ

February 16, 2020

W.E. O’Neil completes S’Park Market in Boulder, Splunk 3d moves right in

W.E. O’Neil completed the S’Park Market office building, the contractor’s first building turnover on the 10-acre S’Park project with developers The John Buck Co. and Element Properties. It was designed by WorksBureau, based in Arizona.

Kris Oppermann Stern

November 11, 2019

Boulder leasing and development activity continue

Over 5,000 students graduated from University of Colorado Boulder in May. If any of those grads wants to stay in Boulder, despite a 2.7% unemployment count between July 2018-March 2019, there were over

CREJ

June 24, 2019

How local growth restrictions impact affordability

Bob Dylan’s “The Times They Are a-Changin’” title track is not only the most powerful pre-electric album, but also it is the perfect anthem for today’s metro Denver – the population is exploding,

CREJ

May 12, 2019

Growth drives opportunity in emerging micromarkets

In 2018, metro Denver continued to experience strong economic growth trends, as the increasingly diverse business climate and highly educated workforce encouraged an influx of new businesses

CREJ

March 25, 2019
3280-3300 28th St.

Boulder medical/retail center changes hands at $6.54M

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Jill Jamieson-Nichols

September 10, 2018
Flatirons

More linkage fees are not the solution for Boulder

Once again Boulder’s City Council has found itself in the spotlight with the dubious decision to increase the affordable housing linkage fee. While the conceptual idea of trying to stimulate affordable housing is

CREJ

June 25, 2018