JLL arranges $81.1M loan

This post is only available to subscribers of the the Colorado Real Estate Journal. If you have a subscription, please log in to view this post. If you do not have a subscription, you may get one here.

Jennifer Hayes

March 16, 2020

Keeping Denver on the menu

After enjoying consecutive years as one of the hottest markets in the country for investment and corporate real estate relocations and expansions, it appears there is a sense of market maturity among


March 16, 2020

2020 vision: Economic forecast for metro Denver

Is our vision crystal clear or clouded by contradictory information in 2020? Slower growth in China and other key trading partners, tariffs and trade disputes, market disruptions due to COVID-19 and


March 16, 2020

Technology sector influences creative office space

Over the past few decades, technology has grown explosively, becoming ubiquitous in our professional and personal lives. As an economic engine, the technology sector is potent – a fast-growing, high-wage,


March 15, 2020

Former Denver Medical Depot to undergo adaptive reuse, designed by Tryba

Tryba Architects is the lead designer in the renovation and adaptive reuse of the former Denver Medical Depot, which is located at East 38th Avenue and Steele Street in Denver’s Clayton neighborhood. ScanlanKemperBard recently purchased the 482,700-square-foot industrial warehouse, which sits on a 32-acre site, for $76.6 million. Hyder Construction is the general contractor tapped for the project, which will begin this spring.

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 9, 2020

Partnership purchases Torrey Pines for $46.2 million

Real estate investment firms Marble Partners and Lion Real Estate Group came together for the $46.2 million purchase of Torrey Pines. The partnership purchased the 235-unit community at 7575 E. Arkansas Ave., at the intersection of East Florida Avenue and Quebec Street, south of the Lowry redevelopment, in Denver from Vukota Capital. Dan Woodward, David…

Jennifer Hayes

March 8, 2020

Denver enjoys resiliency in changing marketplace

Several factors suggest that the Denver retail industry is likely to see continued slow but steady growth even as some lenders and investors shy away from the sector amid bankruptcy filings, store closures and


February 24, 2020

Luxe at Mile High apts. sell for $145 million

A 382-unit community located in the shadow of Empower Field at Mile High Stadium sold for $145 million, or $379,581 per unit. OZH Holdings 2 LLC, according to public records, purchased Luxe at Mile High at 3200 W. Colfax Ave. in Denver. “Luxe at Mile High was an interesting transaction because it sold before it…

Jennifer Hayes

February 10, 2020

Fox Crossing community sells for $32.25 million

An investment firm that acquires, owns, renovates and operates affordable, workforce and value-oriented apartment communities across the U.S. made a $34.25 million purchase in Denver. Avanath, according to public records, purchased Fox Crossing, a 220-unit affordable housing community at 8350 E. Yale Ave. It purchased the community from Legacy Partners. Dan Woodward, David Potarf and…

Jennifer Hayes

January 13, 2020

Air-tightness testing requirement comes to Denver

Have you heard the building codes news from the city of Denver? Denver will soon join the city of Fort Collins (which introduced air-tightness testing into its code in 2014) as a Colorado building jurisdiction that requires air-tightness testing


January 6, 2020