2019 Industrial Summit & Expo

2019 Industrial Summit & Expo

LOCATION Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center This is the largest industrial development and investment conference of the year in Colorado with more than 350 attendees anticipated. 4 hours of real estate continuing education credit have been applied for.

Lori Golightly

September 4, 2019
2019 Office Summit & Expo

2019 Office Summit & Expo

LOCATION Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center This is Colorado's largest office conference of the year with more than 500 attendees anticipated including owners, developers, investors, corporate end-users, brokers, lenders, interior designers, contractors & tenant finish firms and other Colorado commercial real estate professionals. 4 hours of real estate continuing education credit have been applied for.

Lori Golightly

September 4, 2019
2019 Development & Design Conference and Expo

2019 Development & Design Conference and Expo

LOCATION: Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center 4 hours of real estate continuing education credit have been approved. We anticipate this to be the largest development and design conference of the year in Colorado with more than 300 developers, architects, land planners, municipal representatives and related professionals.

Lori Golightly

June 24, 2019

2019 Hotel Summit & Expo

LOCATION: Kimpton Hotel Born 1600 Wewatta Street Denver, CO 80202 United States 4 hours of real estate continuing education credit have been approved. Denver's largest gathering of hotel owners, developers, franchises, property managers, brokers, lenders, contractors, designers and other related real estate professionals with more than 250 attendees anticipated.

Lori Golightly

May 13, 2019
Workplace & Interior Architecture Conference and Expo CREJ Colorado Real Estate Journal Conference

2019 Workplace & Interior Architecture Conference and Expo

LOCATION: Kimpton Hotel Born, 1600 Wewatta Street, Denver, CO 80202 4 hours of real estate continuing education credit have been approved. 4 hours of CEU credits by the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) have been approved. We anticipate this to be the largest workplace conference of the year in Colorado with more than 300 interior designers and other related professionals.

Lori Golightly

May 13, 2019
Riverfront Park

Riverfront Park 20 years old

Mark Smith first laid eyes on what would become Riverfront Park as a child in the 1950s. His father and grandfather both worked in the dairy equipment business and sometimes took him to the rail yards and gritty industrial wasteland in the Central Platte Valley behind Union Station. “It smelled like a slaughterhouse,” recalled Smith,…

John Rebchook

May 13, 2019
Carvell

Carvell on affordable housing

Affordable housing was the biggest issue in the recent mayoral and City Council elections in Denver, according to award-winning architect Chris Carvell. “Without question,” Carvell told Rebchook Real Estate Corner in late April, before Tuesday's elections in Denver. Carvell has been involved in designing and working closely with developers on affordable housing in Denver for…

John Rebchook

May 9, 2019
Isenberg

Isenberg, Gosch conversation at CREJ hotel conference

Walter Isenberg couldn’t have picked a better name than Sage Hospitality when he co-founded the hotel management, investment and development firm 35 years ago. That’s because if there was ever a “hotel sage” in Denver, it would be Isenberg. Hundreds of fortunate people can get a front row insight into what makes Isenberg tick later…

John Rebchook

May 6, 2019
workspace

Workspace conference coming

Given the strength of Denver’s economy, the office workspace has never been more important. “I think the workplace experience is the only differentiator if the playing field is level in terms of salary and benefits,” Gillian Hallock Johnson told Rebchook Real Estate Corner. Johnson, a principal at Eppstein Uhen Architects, will be one of the…

John Rebchook

May 1, 2019
Sewall

Sewall, Koelbel legacy continues

Two days after Thanksgiving 2016, developer Walter “Buz” Koelbel’s sister told their 91-year-old mother, Gene, that the new headquarters for the Sewall Child Development Center would be named The Koelbel Building. “My mom was mentally OK, but her body was failing her,” Koelbel recalled. “When my sister told her the Sewall board had voted to…

John Rebchook

April 17, 2019