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  • REIT looking to industrial sells $726 million in office assets

    Four Colorado assets traded as part of a 21-property, $726 million office portfolio deal. Lexington Realty Trust, a publicly traded real estate investment trust, sold the office assets to a joint venture between Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP and Lexington. DKCM is a New York-based investment firm with offices in London, Hong Kong and Dublin. The Colorado properties included: The...

  • Cresa promotes Iris Foster

    Iris Foster was promoted to vice president of project management at Cresa.

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  • Denver rises to a top 10 market for tech talent

    For anyone working with tech companies in metro Denver commercial real estate, it’s been obvious. The tech sector here is booming. Almost every day there’s news of another company opening...
  • Q&A with Fields, developer of Block 162

    Block 162 is a 30-story office tower under construction at 675 15th St. in downtown Denver, which broke ground in June. With a 2½ year construction timeline, followed by 1½...
  • Historic properties embrace modern amenities

    As a burgeoning top-tier city, Denver boasts a rich history steeped in entrepreneurship, collaboration and commerce. These historical roots are evident in the numerous brick buildings throughout the downtown area
  • Worker preferences push co-working into suburbs

    When the co-working craze took off about a decade ago, shared office spaces were the obvious choice for Denver’s emergent startup community. Not only do co-working facilities provide affordable office...
  • Research drives investors outside gateway markets

    We recently acquired 370 Interlocken Boulevard, a 150,656-square-foot Class A office building located in Broomfield, on behalf of a value-added investment fund, Equus Investment Partnership XI L.P. Previously, our
  • Leveraging art, graphics in health care facilities

    The expectations for health care buildings are constantly changing. In today’s world, the current trend is for outpatient spaces meant to serve the needs of interchangeable clinics or specialties as...
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