Medical office building conference sponsored by CREJ
Medical office buildings are outperforming the overall office market, boasting higher rents and lower vacancy rates. In other words, medical office buildings, or MOBs, comprise a very healthy asset class in the Denver area and in Colorado. “The demand for medical office building space continues to expand in metro Denver by way of population growth,…
John RebchookMarch 19, 2018
Investor acquires small-format retail center in Springs
A private-capital investor out of Colorado Springs paid $2.79 million, as part of a 1031 exchange, for Rustic Hills Marketplace, a multitenant retail center at 1330-1360 N. Academy Blvd. in Colorado Springs.
Jennifer HayesMarch 9, 2018
Tower at 1670 Broadway hits market
Tower power. The 36-story 1670 Broadway office tower is on the market. The tower is being listed by the CBRE team of Mike Winn, Tim Richey, Chad Flynn, and Jenny Knowlton. The office building is a true trophy tower. Indeed, a 4:14 minute video of 1670 Broadway describes it is as a “coveted Class A…
John RebchookMarch 1, 2018
Brady, Davis, Shanahan join CBRE
James Brady, Campbell Davis and Rachel Shanahan joined CBRE.
CREJFebruary 12, 2018
Grosscope joins CBRE
Casey Grosscope joined CBRE’s Denver office as a vice president with Advisory & Transaction Services.
CREJFebruary 11, 2018
Bella Springs Apts. sell for $71 million
The 364-unit community at 1050 Milano Point in north Colorado Springs was sold by Praedium Group of New York.
Jennifer HayesFebruary 5, 2018
Stevinson driving force behind Denver West
Denver West was perhaps a decade old in the early 1980s when I toured the office park with its founder, Chuck Stevinson. With my reporter notebook in hand, I sat in the passenger seat of Stevinson’s brand-new Jaguar. His son, Greg, sat in the backseat. The elder Stevinson said that the Jaguar was a bit…
John RebchookJanuary 15, 2018
Oak Coast buys Aurora Hills for $96M
Oak Coast Properties picked up its seventh metro Denver acquisition – boosting its local portfolio to more than 3,000 units – with its purchase of Aurora Hills Apartments.
Jennifer HayesJanuary 8, 2018
Inland adds Union West for $81 million
Inland paid more than $303,000 per unit for the 267-unit community at 35 Van Gordon St. in Lakewood.
Jennifer HayesDecember 29, 2017
Griffis/Blessing pays $21 million for Western Hills apts.
The Colorado Springs-based firm paid $21 million in a value-add deal for the 152-unit community at 810 Western Drive in the burgeoning airport submarket.
Jennifer HayesDecember 22, 2017