Separate users buy new Fort Collins medical office condos
Two medical office condominiums at a recently redeveloped site in Fort Collins sold within a year of being constructed and listed. Following WP 3609 Timberline LLC’s purchase of 3609 S. […]
Kris Oppermann SternNovember 2, 2020
California buyer acquires luxury apt. asset
A local development company sold a newly constructed Fort Collins apartment complex in a record-breaking sale. California-based buyer Buchanan Street Partners purchased The Vibe, a 276-unit, luxury multifamily property at […]
Kris Oppermann SternOctober 5, 2020
Tertiary markets see influx of investment activity
As we enter 2020 in the longest bull market run since World War II, there is little question we have entered uncharted waters in the investment landscape, particularly for those of us in the multihousing space.
CREJFebruary 9, 2020
Public-private partnerships provide project options
Adapt or die. It’s as true of real estate development as it is in nature. That phrase has been repeated in various forms by authors, researchers, business coaches and, let’s not forget,
CREJNovember 25, 2019
OZ Architecture designs Nancy Richardson Design Center at CSU
OZ Architecture led design on Colorado State University’s Nancy Richardson Design Center. The $19.2 million, state-of-the-art project covers 45,000 square feet and will further CSU's mission as a national leader in design. Salt Design in Fort Collins assisted OZ with the design while Saunders Construction was the general contractor.
Kris Oppermann SternSeptember 16, 2019
Northern Colorado’s office fundamentals stand out
The Northern Colorado office market has grown to greater than 17 million square feet of space and 2018 ended with an overall vacancy of 3.6 percent. The Northern Colorado statistics cover Larimer
CREJMarch 17, 2019
Urban renewal marches on as state changes some rules
Urban renewal is a sensitive topic in Colorado. Beyond the familiar philosophical debates involving some variation of blight vs. gentrification vs. historic vs. economic development vs. public health
CREJMarch 10, 2019
Designing a New Era of Experience-Based Learning at CSU
Millennials are out – centennials are in. With the new generation of students comes a breadth of new research and a need for refining the approach to higher learning. As true digital natives, centennials are using technology less as a consumer and more as a pragmatic tool for communication.
Building DialogueDecember 28, 2018
Downtown revitalization occurring across Northern Colo.
As you may have heard recently, population growth in Northern Colorado continues to be downright robust. (Shocking!) However, an interesting aspect of the growth is the character of a few investments in historic
CREJSeptember 30, 2018