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Despite slowdown, market already picking back up

The COVID-19 pandemic and its associated shutdowns have had a large impact on the commercial real estate world. Through the first three quarters of 2020, industrial product has experienced a slowdown in


December 21, 2020

2020 industrial market: Back to the future?

The industrial distribution and manufacturing markets have existed as long as commercial real estate has been around. From the 1700s to 2020s, there has been a continuous need for buildings that focus on


December 14, 2020

Landlords, tenants adapt as we await a vaccine

Prior to the pandemic, retail as an asset class was in the midst of significant change and a sustained period of transformation. Shopping centers were becoming gathering places for neighborhoods and featured tenant


November 20, 2020

The Colorado medical office building market

The Colorado medical office building market comprises 23.9 million square feet of total space. Of this amount, approximately 17.6 million sf, or 74%, is located within Colorado’s two largest core-based […]


October 26, 2020

How do today’s increasing cap rates impact real estate values?

Commercial property values recently were hitting peaks with investors rushing to invest in high-quality commercial real estate as yields on other assets like Treasurys continued to languish. Now the tides have turned with high-quality


September 4, 2020

Factors impacting the investment property market

Hindsight is classically 20-20, but it’s difficult to imagine that on Jan. 1, 2020, any participant in Colorado’s retail investment market could’ve accurately predicted the dramatic shift we encountered overnight on March 15


August 16, 2020

Capital’s supply feels bottomless, putting lenders in hot seat

As our industry settles into a fresh decade, a clear theme has emerged from the capital markets: The supply of capital available for commercial real estate just keeps increasing. This strong appetitive


March 2, 2020

The multifamily market: Hype or the real deal?

Is Denver overbuilt, or are all of these new apartment communities making up for pent-up demand from the past 15 years? Why is multifamily so expensive, and when are cap rates going to adjust for a


May 23, 2019

Discipline ushers in strengthened retail market

Denver’s retail real estate environment has never been healthier, regardless of media coverage about e-commerce and its impact on retail. Retail rents in our market have increased since mid-2014 at a


May 3, 2019

Where have all the boxes gone?

In recent years, the retail industry has been abuzz with feverish talk of the Amazon effect, the retail apocalypse, and the end of brick and mortar. Despite the hype, small-shop leasing has stayed on


April 27, 2019