Older buildings can remain competitive

The financing game has changed in Denver. Buildings are changing hands quicker than ever and property owners expect returns. As new construction comes on the market, we see tenants migrate to new office

CREJ

April 1, 2018

Property management conference to draw 500+

Property management

Property management has evolved a lot during the past 15 years. And during that time period, thousands of property management experts have learned and benefitted from the knowledge of experts in the field at Colorado Real Estate Journal property management conferences. “This is going to be our 15th anniversary,” Steve Sessions said about the upcoming property…

John Rebchook

January 17, 2018

Dunton Commercial changes hands with focus on property management

Commercial real estate professionals Taylor Fenn and Peter Katz of Walpin & Co. have acquired Dunton Commercial LLC with plans to expand its property management business. “We saw a great opportunity to take an established Denver commercial real estate company and transform it by building around new, highly talented management and state-of-the-art systems and process,”…

CREJ

January 15, 2018

What to know about the upcoming R22 phase out

R22 refrigerant is being phased out and property managers and building owners are likely going to be caught off guard. The problem – good for the environment, bad for operating expense budgets

CREJ

October 9, 2017

Going green is a growing priority in Denver

Riverview at 1700 Platte Street

Whether it’s new energy benchmarking standards or a push for green rooftops, there’s a new sustainability-focused headline in Denver every week. In reality, the trend toward improving build

CREJ

October 2, 2017

Is your BAS ready for winter?

energy use dashboard

As we get closer to the end of the year, some people get excited about football and the changing Aspens, while others get excited for ski trips to the mountains. Then, there is something no one

CREJ

October 1, 2017

Know Colorado’s roofing contract rules, penalties and protections

Hail on roof

Summer in Colorado is notorious for damaging storms as well as other weather catastrophes. A building’s roof is always the first section of a property to battle the severe weather, which

CREJ

July 30, 2017

How to prepare for potential property tax increases

This time of year, property taxes are at the forefront of the minds of owners, property managers, brokers and tenants. Recently I was asked what can be done to lower the property taxes passed through to the

CREJ

April 28, 2017

1515 Wynkoop earns LEED Platinum certification

1515 Wynkoop

Hines and Invesco Real Estate announced that 1515 Wynkoop earned Platinum certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED rating system for existing buildings. Completed in 2009 and owned by a separate account pension fund client of Invesco Real Estate, 1515 Wynkoop is

Michelle Askeland

February 7, 2017

Rebchook Real Estate Corner brought to you by CREJ

Rebchook Real Estate Corner is a new column by John Rebchook that can be found at CREJ.com. Welcome to my new commercial real estate column at CREJ.com Jon Stern, owner and publisher of CREJ, has given me the opportunity to look under the hood of all aspects of commercial real estate with my column, the Rebchook…

John Rebchook

January 31, 2017