Devereaux joins CBRE’s Denver office
Patrick Devereaux, a real estate veteran of more than 25 years, joined CBRE’s Denver office as a senior vice president with CBRE Capital Markets.
Jennifer HayesOctober 13, 2019
Equity Residential buys The Brodie
Equity Residential continues to grow its metro Denver multifamily portfolio – most recently with its purchase of The Brodie, a 312-unit, newly built apartment complex in Westminster.
Jennifer HayesAugust 12, 2019
Wessler joins CBRE as senior vice president
Stephen Wessler joined CBRE as a senior vice president in the Denver office.
Jennifer HayesMay 31, 2019
Infill apartments sell to Indiana-based buyer
The Grammercy sold to a buyer making its first Denver acquisition with its $25.8 million buy.
Jennifer HayesApril 15, 2019
Seitz moderating CREJ healthcare panels
Shane Seitz is the $10 billion man. Now that I’ve caught your attention, let me explain. Seitz, a senior vice president for CBRE’s Healthcare Capital Markets division, has been involved in more than $10 billion in commercial real estate acquisitions during his 20-year career. Ten billion is a big number. However, what makes it especially…
John RebchookApril 1, 2019
CBRE promotes Benefield
Katie Benefield was promoted by CBRE to the position of sales director, investor services.
Jennifer HayesMarch 31, 2019
CBRE arranges $83.2 million loan for Solana Olde Town Station
CBRE Capital Markets’ Debt & Structured Finance team arranged an $83.2 million loan for a newly built multifamily development in Arvada.
Jennifer HayesJanuary 20, 2019
CREJ retail conference coming
Denver's retail scene stacks up well compared to other trendy cities across the country. The latest CBRE retail report compared Denver, by a number of metrics, to other cities as well as to the U.S. “Compared to peer markets, Denver’s retail growth is reasonable and its absorption of space is hearty,” according to the CBRE…
John RebchookDecember 17, 2018
Colorado State Bank Building hits the market
The Colorado State Bank building, a 26-story office tower that takes its name from its anchor tenant, has hit the market. The 445,595-square-foot Colorado State Bank Building is owned by LBA Realty, based in Irvine, Calif. “LBA Realty started buying distressed properties around 2002” and continued its buying spree for the next decade, according to…
John RebchookOctober 9, 2018