Oak Coast Properties acquires Retreat at Water’s Edge

Oak Coast Properties continues its acquisition of metro Denver properties with its most recent purchase of the Retreat at Water’s Edge. The Southern California-based investment firm, specializing in Class B and C apartment communities, paid $54.4 million for the 252-unit community. Oak Coast purchased the value-add community with plans to invest $2.2 million in renovations […]

Jennifer Hayes

December 21, 2020

Construction on 1919 Mile High Apartments Continues, Adapts to our Current Environment

In the shadow of Empower Field at Mile High, where the urban core of downtown Denver meets the residential neighborhood of Jefferson Park, we’re building 1919 Mile High Apartments, a highly amenitized, 277-unit luxury building.

Building Dialogue

December 20, 2020

Avant at Castle Pines trades for $104 million

A fully integrated real estate investment management company specializing in the acquisition, development, repositioning and management of luxury apartment communities across the country added the Avant at Castle Pines to its portfolio. CWS Apartment Homes LLC, headquartered in Austin, Texas, paid $104 million, according to public records, for the 356-unit Avant at Castle Pines community […]

Jennifer Hayes

November 16, 2020

Boulder multifamily asset sells for $32M

Henley & Remy, a multibuilding residential community in Boulder, traded hands in a record-breaking sale following the seller’s complete repositioning of the asset. A Denver-based investor purchased the 82-unit multifamily asset located at 635 and 565 Mohawk Drive from seller Pathfinder Partners for $32.3 million. Andy Hellman, Justin Hunt and Katie Hufnagel of Newmark represented […]

Jenna Walters

November 16, 2020

Designing MF with Emphasis on Lifestyle, Community and Flexibility

Months of little external contact have actually reinforced for many how important human contact is. Humans are wired for socialization.So, while physical distancing in shared spaces may become a temporary norm, communal spaces that were popular prepandemic will retain their value.

Building Dialogue

November 15, 2020

U.S. construction is down, Denver decreases 51%

Nationwide, apartment construction is experiencing a considerable slowdown this year with 293,000 new apartments projected to hit the market – a 12% drop compared to last year’s deliveries. The decline is primarily due to fewer

CREJ

November 9, 2020

Pinkard completes construction of Atlantis

Pinkard Construction Co., with the Atlantis Community Foundation and Ratio|HPA, celebrated the grand opening of the new $16.5 million Atlantis Apartments I at 201 S. Cherokee St. Located two blocks from the Alameda light-rail station in the Baker neighborhood of Denver, Atlantis is a 69,212-square-foot mixed-use facility with first-floor office space. Three floors of residential […]

Kris Oppermann Stern

November 8, 2020

The menu of lenders & loan programs is bigger than ever

There has never been a better time to be a commercial real estate borrower. The cliché has been repeated on a loop for the last several years, but it still is truer than ever today. The Fed has signaled it is going to hold short-term

CREJ

November 6, 2020

Understand eviction orders and their impact on landlords

The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic fallout have exacerbated a housing crisis in Colorado and across the country. Many citizens risk losing their homes due to job loss or illness. Landlords face their own challenges as they

CREJ

November 2, 2020

Kephart designs Littleton’s Westerly Apartments

Embrey Partners recently completed its Westerly Apartments in Littleton. Located adjacent to the foothills and offering quick access to the Rocky Mountains, several state parks and the C-470 bike path, the community was designed to help connect residents to Colorado’s outdoor lifestyle.

Kris Oppermann Stern

November 1, 2020