Co-working: An honest appraisal of today’s market

In downtown Denver, 30 percent of all new office leases are executed by co-working operators. This translates to approximately 450,000 square feet of the second quarter’s total absorption. The city’s more than

CREJ

September 23, 2018
Newmont

Newmont Mining leaving HQ space

Newmont Mining Corp., the world’s largest gold producer, plans to vacate its current world headquarters in Greenwood Village – but not right away. Newmont, which has a market cap of almost $20 billion, plans to leave the 233,950 square feet it leases in the Palazzo Verdi building in October 2020. Newmont was an original and…

John Rebchook

August 13, 2018
Taxi

Taxi, Mickey Zeppelin’s gritty vision

Taxi, the mixed-use brainchild of urban pioneer Mickey Zeppelin, not only sparked the Renaissance of RiNo, one of Denver’s trendiest neighborhoods, but it predated it. While the River North Art District traces its roots to 2005, the former Yellow Cab campus at 3507 Ringsby Court first caught the attention of Zeppelin, a pioneer developer in…

John Rebchook

May 7, 2018