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

Boulder office portfolio subject of $48 million refinance loan

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler’s Leon McBroom arranged the loan for the properties comprising 159,778 square feet along Walnut Street.

Jennifer Hayes

April 1, 2018

Boulder sees 1st multitenant net-zero energy lease

If you want to know where Colorado is headed, look no further than its commercial buildings. Colorado is projected to be among the top 10 states with the fastest-growing economies. Commercial new construction is

CREJ

April 1, 2018

Are boom times leaving quality design behind?

Three years ago, Denver architect Jeff Sheppard dropped a bomb on our civic ego in a Denver Post op-ed titled, "Denver is a great city, so why the bad buildings?" He noted that while the city is "infilling" at a record pace and

CREJ

February 19, 2018

HFF arranges $11 million apt. loan

The HFF team worked on behalf of a partnership between Element Properties and Signature Partners to place the 10-year, fixed-rate loan with Freddie Mac for 2121 Canyon, a 60-unit midrise property.

Jennifer Hayes

November 5, 2017
Phillips 66

Phillips 66 Louisville site under contract to Bancroft

The company that developed the Peloton in Boulder has the prized 432-acre property in Louisville under contract that is owned by energy giant Phillips 66, the Colorado Real Estate Journal has learned. Bancroft Capital, based in Manhattan Beach, California, appears to have agreed to pay $50 million for the land off U.S. 36, which is…

John Rebchook

September 19, 2017