A recap of out-of-state capital’s mark on downtown Denver
As a recent transplant to Denver from Chicago, I understand all the reasons people want to live here – sunshine, reasonable property taxes, outdoor activities, a great airport, less political graft, less
CREJApril 18, 2019
Opinion: Why I’m voting no on Initiative 300
Denver voters will be faced with an important question in May when they are asked to vote on Initiative 300. The ballot language reads: Shall the voters of the City and County of Denver
CREJApril 8, 2019
Capital pursues Denver, driving record pricing
Last year was a year to remember. Office transaction volume exceeded $3 billion, driven by 14 downtown sales totaling $1.35 billion; a substantial increase from 2017 when only seven transactions
CREJMarch 18, 2019
Light rail impacts various submarkets differently
Transit-oriented development continues to be a hot topic of conversation among all stakeholders in commercial real estate in the Denver area. As our population grows and traffic congestion worsens,
CREJMarch 17, 2019
The Shoppes at Highpointe sells for $15M
The retail center at Interstate 25 and East Hampden Avenue – at one of the highest elevations in Denver – recently sold for $15 million, or $614.70 per square foot.
Jennifer HayesFebruary 18, 2019
Right of first refusal ordinance brings complexities
The city of Denver predicts that nearly 2,000 apartment units within the city and county limits are at risk of converting from affordable-restricted units to market-rate units in the coming years; potentially
CREJFebruary 17, 2019
Equity adds Eviva with $110.5 million buy
Equity Residential, which re-entered the Denver multifamily market last year, added a third asset to its local portfolio with its purchase of Eviva on Cherokee.
Jennifer HayesFebruary 3, 2019
Lodo’s Bar and Grill locations sell
A joint venture acquired three Lodo’s Bar and Grill locations across the metro Denver area.
Jennifer HayesJanuary 27, 2019
Ready Capital closes financing for Uptown office bldgs.
Ready Capital closed a $25.1 million, nonrecourse, interest only, floating-rate loan for the purchase and renovation of the approximately 167,000-square foot, two-building Class B office portfolio in Denver.
Jennifer HayesJanuary 13, 2019
Exploring Denver’s opportunity zones with off-market data
Opportunity zones are taking the nation by storm – and Denver is no exception. As part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, opportunity zones are a new government program created to incentivize investment and
CREJJanuary 5, 2019