Considerations when re-entering the condominium market

The need for quality, affordable housing in Colorado is undeniable. In the past, condominiums served this need and provided a stepping stone toward homeownership for many middle-income families. However,


June 10, 2018

Arsenault: developers need to police each other for shoddy practices

Condominium developments are making a comeback in the Denver area in the wake of a new state law that takes steps to begin to reform construction defect litigation after a five-year battle and a favorable Colorado Supreme Court decision. But developers are still struggling with how to develop affordable condominium units in a market with…

John Rebchook

June 22, 2017

Mathieson takes on critics

Developer Michael Forbes Mathieson could write a book. Mathieson, a Denver infill developer, recently posted a flurry of missives on social media sites responding to critics of his $12 million, five-story, 47-unit apartment building under construction in Denver’s increasingly trendy Berkeley neighborhood. From last fall to last month, Mathieson has posted at least 3,422 words…

John Rebchook

April 3, 2017