Denver office market breeds cautious optimism
The American office space is nothing if not resilient. It’s been battered and bruised, opened, closed and opened again. It’s been downsized, marginalized, stripped down and sterilized – and still, it endures.
CREJDecember 18, 2020
Are you solving for the virus – or for future work?
Good employers have long been leveraging their workplace to compete for top talent, drive collaboration and foster creativity. Pre-COVID-19, the workplace was not merely a location for employees to complete work.
CREJDecember 14, 2020
Five Points embraces community-driven concepts
At the beginning of the pandemic, there was widespread speculation around how this public health crisis would affect different commercial real estate sectors. Now several months in, it has become unmistakably
CREJNovember 23, 2020
Maximized efficiencies will help food halls survive
During COVID-19, restaurants have done their best to survive the whiplash of ever-changing public health guidelines while ensuring the safety of their guests and employees. Initially closing altogether, many originally reopened for
CREJAugust 24, 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.
CREJMay 21, 2020
Ghost kitchens pick up steam in mountain towns
Ghost kitchens are on the rise. It’s important to consider if your commercial real estate is ready for the coming transformation, as well as what is causing this new phenomenon. The impacts of this trend
CREJFebruary 23, 2020
3 key trends are shaping Boulder’s retail future
The Boulder market has experienced a remarkable near five-fold increase in construction of retail space from fourth-quarter 2018 to fourth-quarter 2019. According to CBRE research, 105,803 square feet
CREJFebruary 16, 2020
What do Denver’s apartment residents really want?
Home to more than 264,000 apartment units, Denver is a growing community. As part of its 2020 Apartment Resident Preference Report, the National Multifamily Housing Council and Kingsley
CREJFebruary 3, 2020
Accelerated growth defines Denver’s past decade
Denver has been the poster child for accelerated growth in the past decade. After recovering from the recession, the city added jobs at a healthy pace and managed to keep unemployment rates .
CREJFebruary 3, 2020
Fostering a healthy animal-people dynamic
Jami MohlenkampPrincipal and senior living practice leader, OZ Architecture The newest accommodations at the Senior Star at Weber Place retirement community near Chicago were built for a couple named Snowflake and Licorice, and come with excellent open-air views of the outdoors, hand-fed meals and plenty of opportunities to socialize. Snowflake and Licorice have made fast…
CREJJanuary 19, 2020