RidgeGate turns attention to development east of I-25

After nearly two decades of nonstop development on the west side of Interstate 25, RidgeGate is turning its attention to the east. Starting in 2020, RidgeGate will begin development of what ultimately will be three new residential villages and two mixed-use districts set among more than 1,000 acres of parks, trails and open space. Keith…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

April 14, 2019

Ticket to own One Lincoln Station sells for $43.75 million

One Lincoln Station

A Dallas company bought a $43.75 million ticket to One Lincoln Station, a true transit oriented office building. The six-story building sits at the Lincoln Station light-rail platform, putting tenants within steps of trains running downtown and throughout the suburbs. Westfield Company Inc. and Bradbury Properties developed and sold the 147,184-square foot building to an…

Jill Jamieson-Nichols

March 30, 2018

Lone Tree office building snapped up by Dallas investor

Douglas County Property Location: 9380 Station St., Lone Tree, “One Lincoln Station” Property Description: 154,229-sf, six-story office building, YOC 2008, Leed certified, fitness center, conference room Land Size: Sales Price: $43.75M, or $283.67 psf Closing Date: 3/12 Reception No.: 2018014919 Grantor: Lincoln Station Phase One LLC Grantee: OLS Preston LLC, et al., c/o Spectrum Properties, 214-379-8600 Comments:…

John Winslow

March 26, 2018

Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge to focus on RK Mechanical site in Stapleton

RK Mechanical Inc.’s Denver headquarters site in Stapleton will be the subject of this year’s Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge. University of Colorado and University of Denver graduate students will evaluate development opportunities for the site – less than a half-mile from the Central Park commuter rail station – and present them at the Thursday,…

CREJ

January 2, 2018

Clock ticking on GSA auction of 59-acre TOD site in Lakewood

Lakewood

Clickbait. The clock is ticking on an online auction to buy 59 acres of high-profile, transit-oriented development land being sold by Uncle Sam. Sort of. The GSA is auctioning this prime site in Lakewood online, but the auction faces some headwinds. The current deadline for the auction for the land in the Denver Federal Center…

John Rebchook

August 23, 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

GSA to dispose of 59 acres at Denver Federal Center

Federal Center site

The U.S. General Services Administration has begun the disposal process of a 59-acre parcel that is part of the Denver Federal Center.

CREJ

August 4, 2016

Riesing: Rino is Denver’s Brooklyn

RiNo

The River North Art District, better known as RiNo, has experienced a whirlwind of recent activity. For example, Zeppelin Development, headed by RiNo pioneers Kyle and Mickey Zeppelin, recently announced it had paid $7.3 million for the Ready Mixed Concrete site next to its award-winning, mixed-use TAXI development on Ringsby Court. They plan to develop…

John Rebchook

June 14, 2016

Importance of well-designed, concentrated urban mixed-use projects

Denver Union Station

As Colorado’s Front Range population and urban density multiply, appealing locations and escalating land values demand creative and often complex development offerings. Returns on investment are enhanced by a synergistic combination of experiential activities or uses. The Crawford Hotel at Denver Union Station is an internationally recognized leader in urban mixed-use projects, having been awarded the 2015 Urban Land Institute Global Award for Excellence and the 2015 Colorado AIA Design Award for Built Architecture. It is a transformational project in the city of Denver that magnetizes urban activity. Our team’s design credo to produce “Denver’s Living Room” best describes the historic building’s role in downtown Denver now and in the future as the transportation hub spawns more armatures.

CREJ

January 26, 2016