Office Summit & Tech Forum Livestream Conference

Office Summit & Tech Forum Livestream Conference

800 viewers anticipated. 4 hours of real estate continuing education credit have been approved. The conference will be shot and broadcast like a television show. We have engaged a high-quality camera crew who are masters in livestream technology. The event will be amazing, and give viewers an experience well beyond the typical Zoom webinar. When you register, a unique access code will be generated for you. Please do not share this code with anyone as it is your means to view the event, and cannot be used on multiple devices at the same time. Can’t watch live? A recording will be available after the event has been streamed. You will be able to log in to our website and enter your access code. We look forward to seeing you in person before too long. Stay healthy in these unusual times. Colorado Real Estate Journal

Lori Golightly

August 6, 2020

Denver multitenant office property sells for $1.5 million

A multitenant office property in Denver sold for $1.5 million. Buyer 1616 Champa LLC purchased the Samuel Building, the 35,100-square-foot office property at 7290 Samuel Drive in Denver, from seller Walblake LLC. Tim Finholm and Sam Leger of Unique Properties Inc. TNC Worldwide were transactional brokers in the sale. The property, which sits on 1.15 […]

Jenna Walters

June 29, 2020

Office absorbs a dual hit with COVID-19, oil prices

With the impact of COVID-19 still unfolding, much remains unknown about the future demand for office space. We know that downtown Denver’s office market was strong heading into the pandemic,

CREJ

June 22, 2020

Tenant strategies for office space post-COVID-19

Over the past 90 days, the economy, in Denver and nationally, has experienced severe impacts by the unexpected arrival of the COVID-19 virus. In addition to restaurants, bars, music venues and sports

CREJ

June 22, 2020

Rev360 tenants plan for July move-in to new RiNo building

A River North neighborhood development bringing office space downtown will wrap up in July. The Rev360 project, a joint venture between Ed Haselden, Rob Cohen, Tributary Real Estate, Keystone Equities and Avenue Property Group, will be complete in July with tenant improvements starting within the next month and move-ins happening shortly after. The development is […]

Jenna Walters

June 15, 2020

What will happen to office lease rates?

Are office lease rates dropping? I get some version of this question every day, from clients and colleagues as well as from friends and family who generally have little interest in the commercial real

CREJ

June 15, 2020

Takeaways from the 2020 State of Downtown report

Denver’s office market serves as a prime example of an industry sector that experienced great strength prepandemic and already is seeing great impact as remote work became mandatory for a vast majority of

CREJ

June 14, 2020

How generations will affect the post-COVID-19 workplace

In meetings, I often get asked for my perspective on the “millennial,” this massive generation that has been characterized as lazy, selfish and entitled but also has taken over more than 50% of the workforce. A generation generally is defined as experiencing events as a group. Born from 1981 to 1996, the millennial generation has now seen two economic downturns, once while the earlier millennials were entering the workforce in 2008 and now again as the last of the generation starts their careers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CREJ

May 21, 2020

Arapahoe Plaza East II office building sells for $3.53M

A multitenant office building along the Arapahoe Road corridor sold for $3.53 million. Arapahoe Plaza East II, a 29,140-square-foot office building at 7955 E. Arapahoe Court in Centennial, sold to 7955 Arapahoe Partners LLC and Welsh Family Trust, according to public records. It was sold by 7955 E Arapahoe Court LLC.

Jennifer Hayes

May 10, 2020

Beacon connects the dots with downtown value-add acquisition

Beacon Capital Partners acquired what will be a blank slate at 1740 Broadway, as Wells Fargo moves to new space around the corner. Wells Fargo sold the approximately 111,300-square-foot building and atrium, where it has a retail branch and offices, to Beacon for $7.15 million. The bank will be significantly downsizing and relocating its branch…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

April 27, 2020