Blue Dot Place sells to local ownership group for $13 million

The first multifamily community constructed in downtown Colorado Springs since the 1960s sold to local buyers planning to continue the legacy of the property. Local buyers Ray, Tim and Brian Rhodes paid $13 million, or $393,393 per unit, according to public records, for Blue Dot Place, a 33-unit community at 412 S. Nevada Ave. The […]

Jennifer Hayes

December 7, 2020

Managed homesharing coming to Union Denver apartments

A Denver-based firm founded last year to create a new type of urban residential model made its first acquisition with the purchase of Union Denver. The firm, daydream apartments, purchased the 13-story, 579-unit property at 1770 Chestnut Place. The sales price for the three-tower property, anchored by Whole Foods Market, which covers a full city…

Jennifer Hayes

June 8, 2019

A discussion about the downtown Denver market

I teamed with Sam DePizzol, Newmark Knight Frank’s executive managing director, to discuss market insight and highlights of downtown Denver’s office market.

CREJ

December 22, 2018

A Q&A about the Denver multifamily market

In October, Newmark Knight Frank Multifamily Vice Chairman Shane Ozment emceed and presented at Colorado Real Estate Journal’s 2018 Fall Multifamily Conference. Ozment, specializing in the marketing and sale

CREJ

November 23, 2018

Strategy and vision help foster Denver’s demand

In 2017, Denver celebrated the midpoint of the Downtown Area Plan - the guiding vision for a livable, healthy and economically powerful downtown. Since implementing the bold 20-year plan, we are seeing tangible results

CREJ

March 18, 2018