Taylor Kohrs completes Indy Street Flats for Metro West Housing Solutions

Taylor Kohrs recently completed construction of Indy Street Flats, a 110,848-square-foot apartment community in Lakewood. Completed over the course of four years, the $23.5 million project was designed by Shopworks Architecture to meet owner Metro West Housing Solutions’ vision of paying tribute to the historic and vibrant nature of the community.

Kris Oppermann Stern

June 14, 2020

MPC goes vertical on Highland Development Co.’s West Line Village MF project

Martines Palmeiro Construction broke ground in February on Highland Development Co.’s first ground-up apartment community in the Denver area, an integral addition to the West Line Village development near Sheridan Station.

Kris Oppermann Stern

June 7, 2020

California buyer acquires Longmont multifamily asset

A multifamily residential property in Longmont sold for $3.6 million. The Baum Family purchased the 16-unit apartment complex at 1201 21st Ave. in Longmont from an undisclosed seller. Pinnacle Real Estate Advisor’s Luke Salazar, associate adviser, and Jim Knowlton and Robert Lawson, principals, represented the seller, while Pinnacle’s Michael Krebsbach, senior adviser, represented the California-based […]

Jenna Walters

June 5, 2020

The Met at Boulevard One: Emblematic of Lowry’s Evolution

A half-century after the last training flight took off here, the end of Runway One relaunched as Boulevard One. The 70-acre, mixed-use development represents the final phase of the planned build-out at Lowry, with more than 100 single-family homes, 250 attached homes, 420 apartments and 100 condominiums, including the new Met at Boulevard One.

Building Dialogue

June 1, 2020

California buyer acquires luxury multifamily property in Broomfield

A newly constructed, luxury multifamily property in Broomfield sold for $90.72 million.  Oakmont Properties purchased Caliber at Flatirons, a 288-unit apartment complex at 13872 Del Corso Way in Broomfield, from seller and developer The Garrett Cos. of Greenwood, Indiana. Dan Woodward, David Potarf and Matt Barnett of CBRE’s Denver office represented the buyer in the […]

Jenna Walters

May 18, 2020

Construction projects continue in metro Denver despite COVID-19

Construction projects in Denver have been able to continue despite the challenges of COVID-19.

Kris Oppermann Stern

May 18, 2020

Local investor acquires Denver apartment community

A Denver investor recently acquired a 12-unit community at a price of more than $216,000 per unit. The buyer, Vince Knight 2020 LLC, purchased the community at 1325 Madison St. in Denver from Fins Frathouse LLC. It paid $2.6 million, or $216,250 per unit and $315 per square foot, for the community, which had a […]

Jennifer Hayes

May 17, 2020

COVID-19 and CRE: 2020 vs. the Great Recession

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for unprecedented health, economic and social events, locally, nationally and globally. Although every economic downturn varies in cause, impact and timeline,

CREJ

May 11, 2020

Opinion: Inclusionary zoning hurts middle-class renters

The vast majority of Coloradans do not support rent control as the solution to fix Colorado’s housing shortage and the high prices that go with it. A 2019 Baselice poll showed that people prefer public-

CREJ

May 11, 2020

Money-Saving Design is a Win-Win for Multifamily Developers

When a developer is planning to build a for-sale or for-rent multifamily property, there are many cost-saving design-solutions that can be implemented from start to finish. Knowledgeable and experienced architects and planners know where to look for creative approaches that can shave substantial costs from a project’s bottom line and increase profits.

Building Dialogue

May 11, 2020