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  • Larson fields retail questions

    Since David O. Larson launched his storied career as a retail broker, the Denver area’s population has almost doubled, rising by 92.56 percent. The days of Denver being known as  “cow town,” are in the rearview mirror since Larson began his retail career in 1982 at Sullivan Hayes Cos. And Amazon was just a river during the early days of...

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  • How rocky is the Colorado grocery business?

    While The Fresh Market’s closure of 15 stores in July had a minimal impact on the commercial real estate landscape, the upscale grocer’s pullback may suggest additional challenges in the...
  • A guide to Colorado-specific laws in retail leases

    Behind every successful retail relationship is a carefully negotiated lease. I am not saying this just because I’m a leasing attorney (OK, maybe partly). A lease agreement inherently guides the...
  • Coworking: Coming to a center near you?

    With an estimated 43 percent of the U.S. labor force working remotely at least some of the time and the sharing economy in full swing, it seems that shared office...
  • Sears bankruptcy leads industry to a crossroads

    When Sears filed Chapter 11 protection on Oct. 15, the typical churn of media headlines and shopping center doom-and-gloom news cycle began anew. Quicker than it started, however, it spun,...
  • Senior facilities: Operator management agreements

    Changing demographics and an aging population mean that the number of seniors in Colorado, and nationally, is growing. With that growth comes an increased need for housing options that both...
  • A smart approach to powering today’s health care

    The days of managing health care facility operations through antiquated systems are being replaced with IT-centric facility managers monitoring IoT field devices and leveraging analytics in more complex and transformational...
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