As retail properties work to stay competitive and reinvent themselves to reflect changing consumer habits, has “mall” become a dirty word? Regional malls are “general merchandise or fashion-oriented offerings; typically, enclosed with inward
When I am asked to provide information on the land market in Colorado, I generally have an immediate sense of being overwhelmed by the topic. Everything in real estate starts from the land side, and so much of where we are in
When multiple big-box retail stores announced their closures in 2017, the U.S. saw massive closures nationwide. Colorado was not spared the onslaught, hemorrhaging chain retail businesses like Gymboree, Radioshack and
Poorhouses, also known as poor farms, for paupers were created in Victorian England as the first publicly financed housing. The system came to the United States in the early 19th century as workhouses. Since then, housing for
A mathematician, an accountant and an economist apply for the same job. The interviewer asks each of them, “What does one plus one equal?” The mathematician replies, “Two. Exactly two.” The accountant replies,
Revenue generated by the sharing economy totaled $15 billion in 2014, a figure expected to grow to $335 billion by 2025, propelled by exponential growth of Uber and that $31 billion gorilla in the room – Airbnb.
A persistent gripe in developer circles is the constant upward movement of construction costs. This has been a substantial brake on the fast-moving train of new construction within the Denver market. Steadily rising