Takeaways from the 2020 State of Downtown report

Denver’s office market serves as a prime example of an industry sector that experienced great strength prepandemic and already is seeing great impact as remote work became mandatory for a vast majority of


June 14, 2020

Spire retail sells for $5.25 million

The fully leased retail space at the base of a downtown Denver condominium tower sold for $5.25 million. The buyer, a private capital exchange buyer from California, purchased the 9,890-square-foot retail property at Spire at 891 14th St. The space was sought after by investors as not only is there a lack of product –…

Jennifer Hayes

March 22, 2020

Q&A with Fields, developer of Block 162

Block 162 is a 30-story office tower under construction at 675 15th St. in downtown Denver, which broke ground in June. With a 2½ year construction timeline, followed by 1½ years of lease up, the 595,000-square-

Michelle Askeland

September 17, 2018

Downtown Denver’s Westend trades for $128.7 million

The gated community, comprising one- and two-bedroom apartments and built along Denver’s park system along the Platte River, also is walkable to a variety of retailers, employers and additional city amenities.

Jennifer Hayes

April 22, 2018
quincy cover

The Quincy typifies a development legacy

Affable and understated, Peter Culshaw is a hands-on leader who understands why there is no “I” in team. As executive vice president of Shea Properties, he oversees more than 2 million square feet of commercial space along with roughly 2,000 apartment homes in Colorado.

Building Dialogue

March 5, 2018
Union Denver

Whole Foods a big anchor for Union Denver

Union Denver, a luxury apartment community anchored by a long sought-after downtown Whole Foods Market, is scheduled to be completed in February, when the third residential tower opens. The first residential tower opened in May and the second tower in September, but it was the flagship, 50,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market that opened in mid-November that…

John Rebchook

January 3, 2018
Denver Post

Denver Post won’t celebrate 126th birthday downtown

The Denver Post celebrated its 125th birthday on Tuesday. “We’re proud of our history and our accomplishments over the past 125 years,” Mac Tully, president and CEO of the Denver Post wrote in a missive published in a special wrap-around section of the newspaper that included a copy of the first edition of the paper,…

John Rebchook

August 9, 2017

Target to open first-of-its-kind store in Colorado in 2018

The 28,000-square-foot store format is the first-of-its-kind to open in Colorado.


May 17, 2017

Condo colossus coming downtown

Condo colossus. A Miami developer has unveiled plans for a $500 million condominium development that would bring 800 condominium units to downtown Denver in two, 40-story towers. The towers, on a 55,000-square-foot property at 1901 Arapahoe St., would represent the single largest condo project ever built in Denver. Units are anticipated to be priced from…

John Rebchook

April 11, 2017

Platinum LEED thanks to Hines, Invesco

Forget about going for the Gold. That is so 2009. Hines and Invesco Real Estate recently unveiled that 1515 Wynkoop has moved up a notch to Platinum. The Class A office building that shares its name with its address, opened in 2009 as a Gold LEED certified building. 1515 Wynkoop has a Platinum LEED certification.…

John Rebchook

February 23, 2017